Last December I was asked to do a demo of moku hanga for Ovid-Elsie National Arts Honor Society by teacher, Laura Weber. It's one thing to do a demo but when in a school there has to be homework, right? I gave the class small shina blocks from McClains Printmaking Supply and had them do a self portrait of their eye. The worked on them over the holiday break, I picked them up a week ago and gluedd them down on a mat board. This way they would all have each others work. Yesterday we printed. A lot of the students had sports practices or drivers ed after school this day so it was a small class. They all got to print a couple prints so that their classmates would have also one.