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These limited edition prints were created on an Epson Perfection V300 Photo scanner, using an assortment of found objects. I like the dream-like quality and spaciousness they create. I print them on my Epson Stylus Photo R3000 printer, without any … Continue reading
The spring winds are here, moving everything in their paths. It’s the time of year when El Rito rearranges itself and erases the tracks of the winter. These paintings bear the names of winds from around the world.. “ghibli”, acrylic … Continue reading
Saturday, I took a workshop with Don Voss at the Fuller Lodge Art Center in Los Alamos, NM. We learned an assortment of techniques for using FW inks to stain papers, which are admirably suited to use as bases for … Continue reading
This hanging sculpture was exhibited in Odes & Offerings, curated by Joan Logghe as a collaboration between visual artists and poets, at the Santa Fe Community Gallery, from March 23 – June 8, 2012. I have been interested in hanging … Continue reading
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Now that the El Rito Studio Tour has come and gone, I am having a good time playing in my studio. These paintings were inspired by a reading of William Blake’s poem, Tyger, Tyger, and use text as a textural … Continue reading
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These six notecards were made from pages of the journal I kept while I was preparing for the trunk show at the Harwood Museum store in Taos. Some are diagrams of the book structures and images used in the books … Continue reading
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These cards are pages from a sketchbook I kept during a artist’s residency at the Ragdale Foundation in October 2009. I spent hours walking on the prairie, drawing the plants, animals and landscape. I am very grateful to the Ragdale … Continue reading
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I live in an old adobe house in rural northern New Mexico. I fill my journals with drawings of the plants, animals, insects and landscapes that surround me. These explorations become the “Sketchbook Journal” cards. All cards are folded, 5″x7″, … Continue reading
The opening of the show was May 7, 2011. It was wonderful to see so many old friends and to meet new ones. Lots of time spent catching up and swapping ideas.
One-of-a-kind accordion book. Ink, watercolor and hand-carved rubber stamps on suminagashi paper. H. 5″ W. 6″ 48″ open.