“Untethered 1 -5,” 14″ x 16,” a series of five laser-cut woodblock prints with inkjet on Shiramine paper. This series was made at Anderson Ranch in Aspen Colorado with printmaker Jimin Lee, a professor of art and head the print media program at the University of California, Santa Cruz. This series expresses the feeling of inhabiting a female body in current times which can be simultaneously funny, tragic, and the same old story.
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“Phobia Series,” 18″ x18″, 16″ x 16″, spray paint on paper. Titles: Top R Phobia a, R Phobia b, Second row: F Phobia a, F Phobia b, Bottom: N Phobia.
“Phobia” series, 4″x 4″, woodcut and linoleum on BFK.
Left, “J Phobia,” Right, “E Phobia”
New! Prices have been added (in red) to prints that are available for sale. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested, or have questions on a print. Prices do not include shipping. Local pick up in Cleveland is an option. Pieces without a price are either sold, not for sale, or committed to an exhibition. They may become available at a later date. Some prints are available but not priced, email if you’re interested!
“Nobodies Leftovers 1-3”, a series of 3 collages based on the previous “Pandemia” series. These collages are created from the scraps and shreds and failed prints from the previous “Pandemia” pieces. The figures in all these pieces are called ‘Nobodies.’
Linocut prints, metallic spray paint, various handmade paper collaged onto BFK. 13″ x 13″.
Available framed in black wooden frame, $225 (Nobodies Leftovers 2 and 3 only)
“Shreds of Hope 1-3”, a series of 3 collages based on the previous “There is Hope” series. These collages are created from the scraps and shreds and failed prints from the previous “Hope” pieces.
Woodcut prints, metallic spray paint, various handmade paper collaged onto BFK. 10″ x 11″.
All three available unframed, $75 each.
“Hope Against Hope”, a series of 7 collages based on the previous “There is Hope” series. These collages are hand-printed woodblock textures and colors containing a ‘golden nugget’ of hope.
Woodcut prints, monotype, metallic spray paint, various handmade paper collaged onto BFK. 18″ x 24″.
Hope Against Hope 1 available unframed, $375
“There is Hope”, a series of 10 various size vase forms wrapped in hand printed woodblock textures and colors and assembled into vessels enveloping a golden nugget. The nugget is obscured in the vessels and takes some looking to find.
Glass, woodcut prints, various handmade paper, acrylic paint, thread. Sizes vary from 6″ to 12″ high. Pieces from this series were included in the exhibition Kindred Objects: Ceramics & Glass from the Western Reserve, at the Artist Archives of the Western Reserve, November-December 2021.
“100% FUN,” 6″ x 4″ sketchbook, made for “The Sketchbook Project,” a library based in Brooklyn NY that collects sketchbooks from artists all over the world. This sketchbook is now part of that library. See it at the Library’s website: https://www.sketchbookproject.com/library/S4492628
Waiting, 18″x 47.5″, large scale linocut print on Hanji paper.
Available unframed, $500
Together and Apart, 2.5″ – 11.5″ high, 15 glass vases wrapped in linocut print on various handmade papers. Part of a series of print projects that use the repeating pattern of female figures.
Medium size available – $75, large – $100. Email for specific availability.
Wallpaper Scrolls, 14″ x 70 – 83″, Linocut print with red stamps, string and bamboo.
Three scrolls available unframed, $250 each.
Pills, 3″ – 5″ high, Prescription pill jars wrapped in linocut prints.
Five smalls $40, meant to be a group!
Uncontained Spread, 60″ x 60″, Linocut print on fabric sewn into a quilt with red thread quilting in large circle patterns. Quilt pieced by Margaret Dobbins, quilting by Diane Wantz.
Available mounted on hanging rod, $3,000.
“Mixed Emotions”, 10″ x 10″, Sixteen individual 2-3 color woodcut prints created with carving and gun shots on masa. New prints from the same set of six blocks used to create 16″ x 22″ “Mixed Emotions” series (see previous post).
Titles in order from left to right: “Afraid, Anxious, Buoyed, Developmental, Dominant, Endangered, Gestating, Growing, Insecure, Invisible, Oppressed, Protected, Shy, Suppressed, Unprotected, Unreliable”.
Email for availability, unframed – $100, framed – $125 (white shadow box)
“Yin |Yang”, 2.25″ x 3.5″, Collage on altered vintage ledger booklet.
“Which Style Do You Like? Diptych”, two 10.75″ x 15″ prints, two-plate laser-cut woodcut prints on masa paper.
“Which Style Do You Like?”, image 7″ x 8.5″, paper 16″ x 20″, three-plate laser-cut woodcut print on masa paper. Edition of 18. Created for the Print Exchange Portfolio project at the Campana Center for Ideation and Invention at LCCC.
Five available unframed – $75 each
“Quixotica”, 6″ x 8″, artist book, linoleum print and chine college on BFK. Created a while back but posted to compliment some recent work with altered books.
“Feminine Intuition III” and “Feminine Intuition IV”, 11″ x 8.5″, acrylic multimedia collage on Morgan handmade paper.
“Feminine Intuition I” and “Feminine Intuition II”, 12″x 18″, acrylic multimedia collage on BFK. Shapes are collaged pieces of the cartoon characters Wilma Flintstone, Nancy, and Olive Oyl.
“Climate Change U.S.A.” 17″ x 6″, 2-plate linoleum print on BFK.
“Tree | Paper” 10.25” x 8.5” closed. Woodcut, lino print, toner transfer collage on altered book.
“Impermanence”, 23″ x 34″, collaged reduction woodcut print on Morgan mulberry and BFK.
Available framed, $650
“Boxed In”, fifteen 12″ x 12″ woodcut prints in shadow boxes on masa. Original “In a Box” is 65″ x 40″ and was printed with Lyell Castonguay of Big Ink Prints at Artist Image Resource in Pittsburgh.
Fifteen prints in shadow boxes – $1,500
“In a Box”, 65″ x 40″ large scale woodcut print on masa.
Available unframed – $650
Printed with Lyell Castonguay of Big Ink Prints at Artist Image Resource in Pittsburgh.
Gender Identity Avatar Portraits
Smaller than “Avatar Portraits”, these six white line color woodcuts are 8″ x 8″ on BFK and are meant to be viewed as a group: “Gender Brown”, “Gender Pink”, “Gender Periwinkle”, “Gender Black”, “Gender Gray”, and “Gender Chartreuse”.
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
Posted Jan 3, 2017
“Veritas Filia Temporis”, 15″x22″, Woodcut print with acrylic wash on BFK. Translated: “Truth is the daughter of time”
Posted July 6, 2018
Available unframed, three available – each unique, $250
“Super Real”, 12″x19″, Color woodcut and linoleum print with acrylic wash on BFK.
Posted March 28, 2018
“Person”, 13″ x 20”, Woodcut reduction prints on BFK paper. A series of 6 possible versions of a person as suggested by the Apple iPhone emojis. All prints in the series were created from one block.
Posted October 23, 2017
“Thinking of Guns”, two 8″ x 6″ linoleum prints with chine collé on handmade paper and mulberry. Showing at Manhattan Graphics Center in NYC in the juried exhibition “The Print Effect 2018: Small Works/Big Impact” November 1–30, 2018.
“This IS a Yellow Daffodil”, 13″ x 17″ each, Woodcut reduction prints on BFK paper, 3 variations.
This print was chosen by poet Damien McClendon to respond to in Heights Arts’ Ekphrastacy event in May.
“Construct/Destruct/Construct Midtown CLE I-III” , 22.5″ x 13”, Woodcut reduction print on BFK paper. A series of 3 versions of a map of midtown Cleveland. The process of reduction printing (building the map image then destroying what you have built to create the next layer) mirrors the building and rebuilding that has occurred in Midtown during the history of Cleveland.
“Fading Memory I-IV″, 5″ x 4.5″, Digital photograph toner transfer print and woodcut.
“Silver Lake II″, 24″ x 11″, Woodcut and linoleum print on BFK paper.
Variation on Silver Lake I.
“Truth 2016″, 16″ x 12”, Woodcut reduction print on mulberry paper.
“Cold Comfort 1”, 13.5″ x 10.5″, Linoleum reduction print and toner transfer on BFK paper.
“Media 2016”, 25″ x 6.5″, Woodcut print on BFK paper.
This print was accepted into the Morgan Conservatory Fifth Annual Juried Exhibition “American Fiber”, March-April 2017.
“Unity”, 5″x 7″ on mulberry.
Color reduction woodblock. Print started in moku hanga style, (water based inks) and finished with oil based inks.
“Ex Libris”, 5″x7″ linoleum and toner transfer print on handmade paper. Made for the Australian Bookplate Design Award competition. The text in the background is from a 1943 edition of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte set in “Monotype Bodoni with long descenders”.