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Series of prints, “Mixed Emotions”. Prints are 16″ x 22″, woodcut with bullet holes.

“Mixed Emotions” is a series of 8 multicolor woodcut prints made by mixing 5 wooden plates. First posted July 26 2017.

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Group of four white line woodcut prints, “Avatar Portraits”

Traditional white line woodcut technique used to create portraits of contemporary digital representations of people who are alike and different at the same time.

“Avatar Portrait Ava”, “Avatar Portrait Bea”, “Avatar Portrait Celia”, “Avatar Portrait Dee”, 20″ x 20″ framed, printed on BFK.

These prints were included in the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve’s juried “New Now” show September-October 2016.

They were also exhibited in The Nicholson B. White Gallery at St. Paul’s Church; “The Salon Shows”, Work of four artists from Cleveland, March-June 2017.

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Cultural Identity Avatar Portraits

These six color white line woodcuts are 10″x 10″ on BFK and are meant to be viewed as group: “Arabic Avatar”, “Chinese Avatar”, “English Avatar”, “Russian Avatar”, “Somali Avatar”, “Mexican Avatar”.

The text in these prints is from Chapter 8 of Italo Calvino’s book, “Invisible Cities”. The chapter is called “Continuous Cities 2” and describes the city of Trude which “does not begin and does not end. Only the name of the airport changes”.

These prints were exhibited in The Nicholson B. White Gallery at St. Paul’s Church; “The Salon Shows”, Work of four artists from Cleveland, March-June 2017

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Identity Crisis Avatar Portraits

These six color white line woodcuts are 11″x 11″ on BFK and are meant to be viewed as group: “Identity Crisis 1”, “Identity Crisis 2,” Identity Crisis 3″, Identity Crisis 4″, Identity Crisis 5 “, “Identity Crisis 6”.

These prints were exhibited in The Nicholson B. White Gallery at St. Paul’s Church; “The Salon Shows”, Work of four artists from Cleveland, March-June 2017.

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“#Candylandscape53″, 16″x 16” two-plate color reduction woodcut print on BFK.

This print was accepted into the Waterloo Arts Juried Exhibition 2017, June-July 2017.

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Three prints inspired by Spring:

“Narcissus”, 15″ x 16″ linoleum and monotype on mulberry paper.

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“Narcissus II”, 8″ x 11″ two-pass monotype on hand made paper.

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“Exoplanets”, 8″ x 11″ two-pass monotype on hand made paper. This print was made as a ghost print from the second (green) pass of the print above and using the ink from under the circular stencils.

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This is a three color linoleum reduction print of a Boston Terrier. Printed on mulberry. Paper size is 9″ x 12″, image size is 5″ x 8″.

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This is a hand-pulled 2-color reduction linoleum print of Lana Del Rey, in cotton-candy pink and black printed on mulberry paper. The image area is 9″ x 12″, and the paper size is 14″ x 16.5″.

 

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Collages inspired by Chinese landscape painting using book pages from the classic Chinese novel “Dream of the Red Chamber” and cut pieces of Barbie’s hair from a vintage 1982 Barbie coloring book. Mounted on handmade paper. Image size is 5” x 7.5”, paper size is 8” x 11”.

 

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Mountain Shoreline

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February 21, 2014 · 6:49 pm

Pages from an altered vintage game book using coloring book page collages.

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Click on first print to see a slideshow. Prints are 15.5″ x 17.5″.

This print is based on a painting by Gary Dye (my dad) of Andi Dye (my mom) done in the mid-1970’s.

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