An unframed A5 hand printed linocut featuring a green to black colour blend on acid-free, extra smooth Zerkall 145gsm paper with torn edges, by printmaker Georgie Gozem.
Baba Yaga is a witch from Slavic folklore who dwells deep in the forest in a wooden hut standing on chicken legs. She flies around in a mortar, wielding a pestle and is said to both help and hinder those that seek her out.
// Approx 21cm x 14.8cm (H x W)
// All paper is torn down to size by hand, some slight variations in dimensions may occur. Each print is hand pressed and so textures and slight marks may differ.