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Let’s get some SPRING up in here!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on March 24, 2017 by moon

After a LONG, wet, cold winter I am definately ready for Spring!  Since I can’t control the weather at least I can work on some new spring inspired linocuts.

Want to make a block print with me?  Upcoming classes:  artEAST (www.arteast.org) Print & Sip nights are Friday April 14, Friday May 12 and Friday June 9 6:30-9:30pm.    Kirkland Arts Center  Printmaking & Wine (www.kirklandartscenter.org)  Saturday April 8, 3-6pm     Pre-registration for all locations required as these classes often fill to capacity.

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Another new series!

Posted in Printmaking with tags , , on October 15, 2014 by moon

I was asked to donate a 6×6 inch work of art to artEAST for a Holiday Raffle (10 artists each donate a piece and the winning raffle ticket buyer gets ALL the art).

So, I wanted to do something fun, sweet and appealing to the masses.
Here’s the Owl that I carved this weekend and just printed…

frame-owl

BUT… we all know that I can’t just stop with that!   So, I decided to start a new series with creatures living inside a frame. I’ve carved 5 more.   A frog, parrot, butterfly, bat and a bee!

I printed this series of linocuts on Japanese paper and once the prints are dry I will be stretching them onto canvas.

frame-frog frame-parrot frame-butterfly frame-bat
frame-bee

So much to talk about!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on April 28, 2012 by moon

I’ve been a busy, busy artist!  Where to start?

artEAST had the Opening Reception for 150ft of ART (annual Spring Fundraiser) and I’ve been on the committee making it all happen.  I really enjoyed making my piece for it, incorporating some metal work in with my block print.  It’s entitled “Our Sanctuary”.    Here’s a link to the show:  http://arteast.org/2012/04/150-feet-preview/

More fun artEAST news…  I’ve been accepted to the May/June show – Creature Comforts.  My piece is “Bed of Gold”, a tribute to those furry friends I love so much.

Lastly, I have been approached by the education coordinator at artEAST about teaching some classes.  I’m going to start with a Beginning Book Arts class.  Here’s some samples I made for advertising the class: