This is a portrait of my friend Hilary. She’s an incredibly talented guitarist and for a decade was the Executive Director of Girls Rock! RI. Currently Hilary has a podcast called Mid-Riff Podcast. Her website is here. She is pictured here shredding with the values of the organization flowing in arrows out of the speaker.Continue reading “Hilary”
This is a portrait of my printmaker friend Ian. He is pictured here mixing inks for a screen-print. His eye for color is impeccable. His website is here. This is a linoleum block carving printed on mulberry paper. It’s part of a portrait series of Rhode Island people who are inspiring to me called “CraftContinue reading “Ian”
This is a portrait of my friend Cheryl planting a kale baby. She is one of the most knowledgeable gardeners I know and continues to dazzle me. This is a linoleum block printed on mulberry paper. It is part of a portrait series of Rhode Island people who inspire me called “Craft in Time.” ThisContinue reading “Cheryl”
This is a portrait of my friend Priscilla embroidering. She is a master quilter, artist, and pattern maker. Her website is here. It’s a picture of the linoleum block print on mulberry paper. It’s part of a series of portraits of Rhode Island people who are inspiring to me. This image was carved in 2014Continue reading “Priscilla”
This is a three color linoleum block and woodblock print. Portrait of “Jello The Respected.” 2014. 12″ x 12″
This is a 6 color print utilizing woodblock, reduction linoleum block, and spray paint. It’s a commission for Magic Lantern Cinema in Providence RI.
“Foraging under Thousands of Moons.” 2013. 18″ x 24.” Part of the “Cooperation Cats” series.
This is a 5 color reduction linoleum block print titled “Collaboration.” It’s from the ‘Mutual Aid’ print series. 12″ x 20.5″ and created in 2013.
A quick photo of the studio with a recent print still drying from the clothesline hanging between the walls. 2013.
This is a 5 color print using a reduction linoleum block and spray paint stencil. The action of communing is to be in a state receptivity and heightened intimacy often with nature. A commune is also a small community of people who share common interests and work and live collectively. Linoleum block and spray paint.Continue reading “Commune”