Moku-Hanga Japanese Water-Based Technique woodblock print.
Block: All Shina plywood
Ink: Speedball water-based and Graham gouache
Paper: Japanese Washi - Shin Torinoko White
Size: 7.5" wide x 10" high.
Year produced: 2004.

Created for BarenForum.org print exchange #19 with the theme of: Shunga. Translated literally, the Japanese word shunga means picture of spring; "spring" is a common euphemism for sex.

Image is also interpreted as "my artistic muse".