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New Exhibition

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New Work

You can view my recent work in Solvang, CA at the Wildling Museum through Monday, October 5th. Many of the woodblock prints are done using the Japanese mokuhanga technique. My inspiration comes from the landscape, flora, and fauna of the … Continue reading

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New Show- “Elemental”

I will be showing my latest woodcuts at the Architectural Foundation Gallery of Santa Barbara which will open Friday Sept. 5th and run until Friday October 10th. Sara Norquay’s beautiful woodcuts will share the space with mine. Eight of our … Continue reading

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New Woodcut-Flux Series

This new series explores the idea of nature in flux and the impermanence of all things. I’m intrigued by how rocks, trees, and rivers appear static and timeless, but in fact are changing in front of me. Standing in a … Continue reading

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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. “The Gathering” is a woodcut with drypoint etching on Japanese paper, 12″  X  16″ “The Gathering” was recently … Continue reading

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More work from Anderson Ranch

The fun continues as we learn more about the Japanese woodcut printing method, moku hanga. For this larger print, I have used four carved plates, two for the background and two for the foreground. I first printed a grey on … Continue reading

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