I fell in love with printmaking when I was a sophomore in college. I’ve always found it magical. My work over the years has encompassed etching, block printing, lithography and silkscreen.
Two-plate color etching, 2016
Linocut and acrylic paint. 36” x 24”. Sometime in the late ‘80s.
Etching and Aquatint, 1988 or so
etching and soft-ground etching, 2015
Etching and aquatint, 1992
Working on the block for Big Ink
The Fruits of my Labors, for Big Ink
Woodcut. 47” x 36”. 2018
Helpful Household Hints
Block print and watercolor. For the Book of Ours: a portfolio of prints by the Seattle Women’s Caucus for Art, 1995. Collection National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Our House (Actual Size)
Block print. From the book, The Ladies Printing Bee: an anthology of 39 letterpress printers and artists. Published by The Street of Crocodiles Press, Sedro-Wooley, WA October 1995.
Bowl of Fruit
Monoprint woodcut. 1984.
Study of a House
Color Mokuhanga, from a workshop with April Vollmer, 2019. 6” x 8”.
Linocut and chine colle. 1992.
Block print. 3” x 4”. 1994
Who knows where or when. Probably in the ‘80s. 7” x 5”.
My drawings are based on observation. I’ve been drawing since I was a child, and simply never stopped. I like representing spaces.
More images coming soon.
Ink on paper
Ink on paper.
Sofa, so good
Ink on paper. Part of my long running “Good Housekeeping” series.
Sed euismod augue magna, vel tristique ante luctus feugiat. Duis ac lorem id urna volutpat molestie imperdiet non justo. Nullam at metus pellentesque, tristique sem eu, vehicula diam. Sed aliquet elit velit, vel auctor nibh tempor vel. Morbi a molestie ligula. Donec sit amet vehicula felis, eget fermentum tortor. Phasellus maximus gravida feugiat.