Nothing plain in Aline Feldman’s panoramas

Wood block or woodcut printing developed in Asia and Europe, but in recent centuries its most artistic forms are associated primarily with Japan. So it’s hardly surprising to discover that Aline Feldman, whose work is at Marsha Mateyka Gallery, studied with Unichi Hiratsuka, a Japanese printmaker who spent time in Washington. But the prints in “Landscapes/Cityscapes: Images From Wood” take Japanese techniques in new directions.

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