In the studio - Thursday, Friday, and Saturday afternoons
Hours subject to change. To ensure artist availability, please email.
I enjoy the technical processes, complicated planning and meditative repetitiveness found in printmaking. The steps taken to create each individual print involves methodical and efficient procedures to develop a cohesive edition of images and ideas. My meditative process is experienced in the rhythm of the carving, inking, and printing. I become immersed in the process, and all thoughts and distractions fall to the wayside.
I like to work on projects that are challenging in some form, such as multiple matrices or combining techniques. A printmaker at heart, I do find watercolour equally stimulating. My subject matter is based on observing and studying aspects of nature, then imposing her visual filter, humor, and aesthetic interpretation.
MA in Art History – Prescott College
MFA San Francisco Art Institute
BFA Ringling College of Art and Design
Studio Art Lecturer at University of Nebraska at Omaha
Media:Printmaking – woodcut, etching, monotypes, collagraph