“Totem Tree” Progression

When you work on a matrix for printmaking, the general rule is to pull an impression every time you make a change to the plate. Even if you only add a line, for instance, it’s generally important to ink the plate, wipe it and run it through the press to see how it looks. Certainly […]

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“Totem Tree” etching and aquatint

My first drypoint, etching with aquatint post college. This became the beginning to my series of pseudo-mythical creatures I created as collagraphs. It will always have a soft spot in my heart. I felt so honored to have been selected to donate an impression of this to a fundraiser through the American Red Cross in […]

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“Reflecting on Home” in Gratitude

“Who could be so lucky? Who comes to a lake for water and sees the reflection of the moon.” Rumi Feeling grateful this evening and moved by the above quote. What a wonderful way to appreciate the gifts of Nature. I created the original etching and aquatint, “Home” in my first printmaking course at Parsons […]

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Rumi for a Birthday

This Rumi quote and my etching are posted today in honor of my husband’s birthday. He couldn’t be anymore supportive of me nor could we be anymore deeply connected. “Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond” Rumi

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