Paper Prep

I spent part of the day today preparing paper for printing a new lithograph. This is a multi-stone image so registration concerns play a large part in the process. I am going to be printing on 280 gsm Rives BFK, so after counting out the correct number of sheets, I began to tear them to size. This paper in the [...]

By |August 26th, 2009|Categories: Processes|Tags: |0 Comments

Packed and Ready

Getting ready for a show is a lot of work. I am a part of a three person show at the Finer Things Gallery in Nashville starting this weekend. Four of my large woodcuts were selected, so after framing, they needed to be crated up so that they could make the trip safely. I really don't want to think about [...]


I received notice today that my print Moffet, Eastbound has been accepted into the Creative Capitol 2009 show, sponsored by the Colorado Council on the Arts and Denver International Airport. The show will be exhibited at DIA from February to May 2009, and then again at the Colorado State Capitol from June to August 2009. Moffet, Eastbound is the largest [...]

By |December 23rd, 2008|Categories: New Work|Tags: |1 Comment

Small Successes

While my signature works tend to be large and getting larger, I also work at the opposite end of the size spectrum. I have just had a piece selected for inclusion in the 22nd Parkside National Small Print Exhibition. The selected work, Lincoln Crossing is a simple galvanic etching that served as a study for the larger color woodcut Lincoln [...]

By |November 20th, 2008|Categories: New Work|Tags: |0 Comments
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