Woodcucts



Karl A. Meyer
"Koyanisquatsi" - Woodcut on canvas. © KAM 1982


Karl A. Meyer began his career in New York in the 1980s with large-format woodcuts, which related to the mythology of Indian cultures in America. Especially the petroglyphs of the Hopi Indians in New Mexico and Arizona have led to this archaic pictorial language.



Karl A. Meyer
"Sämling" © KAM 1986


Karl A. Meyer
"Im Licht" © KAM 2014