Jeanne Bouza Rose has been creating watercolor white-line woodcuts for over 20 years in the USA and on the remote Scottish island of Orkney. By integrating Orcadian history and natural resources, she has helped the technique evolve into the unique Orkney Woodcut. Currently Artist-in-Residence at the Ness of Brodgar, a World Heritage Neolithic archaeological site dating back to 3200 BC, Jeanne lives mostly in Orkney but maintains and visits her Woodstock home throughout the year.