Annie Soudain's reduction-method linoprints use a single block of linoleum. Images are created by successive processes of cutting, inking up, and printing, whereby colors are applied from lightest to darkest. By the end, most of the block has been cut away, leaving only the portion that printed last, which is usually the darkest color. Soudain's linoprints have been exhibited and collected around the world. She studied and taught art in the UK, where she has received numerous awards of excellence and recognition. For more information, please visit her website.