new work-summer 2013

This is new work inspired by last fall’s Anderson Ranch workshop and the amazing mountain scenery at Maroon Lake near Aspen, Colorado.webTheGathering webMaroonLake

“The Gathering” is a woodcut with drypoint etching on Japanese paper, 12″  X  16″

“The Gathering” was recently shown (June 2013) in the Ridley-Tree Museum of Art “Confluence” exhibition at Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California, juried by Los Angeles critic Peter Frank.

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Maroon Rock” is a four plate woodcut, printed using the “moku hanga” or Japanese method on Japanese paper, 8″ X 12″

 

 

The gradation of indigo in the sky is called the “bokashi” technique and the pebbled texture of the grey, for example, is called a “gomazuri” effect.

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