Henrik Hey

Visual artist
Woodblock printmaker
Mokuhanga is the Japanese word for printing, using the water-based woodblock technique developed during the Edo period.

My enduring love of mokuhanga began in 2000, when I got the unique chance to take part in the Nagasawa Art-Park artist-in-residence programme, founded by Keiko Kadota. The studio was situated high in the hills of Awaji-island south of Kobe, Japan.

Welcome to my website with a selection of my mokuhanga artwork.