Category Archives: linocut and block prints

New Post, New Pages

I’ve added some new pages to this blog to highlight some of the work I’ve done over the years. The images are divided into three categories: block prints, pen and ink drawing, and watercolors. I’d love to hear if you have … Continue reading

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The brayer meets the ink

  Finally, I have a whole day to spend in my studio. After carving my latest block for what seems like forever, it is finally time to get my ink out and play with the press. I have just started … Continue reading

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Maroon Bells linocut on a minus-15-degree day

The minus-15-degree temperature this morning killed my snowboarding plans, so I spent the day carving on my next linocut—a scene of the Maroon Bells near Aspen, Colo. I am hoping to make this a five-colored design using multiple plates. The … Continue reading

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