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“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.

triptych daffodil

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“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. 

green midtownmidtown striped

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“Fading Memory I-IV″, 5″ x 4.5″, Digital photograph toner transfer print and woodcut.

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“Silver Lake II″, 24″ x 11″, Woodcut and linoleum print on BFK paper.

Variation on Silver Lake I.

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“Truth 2016″, 16″ x 12”, Woodcut reduction print on mulberry paper.

Truth 2016

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“Cold Comfort 1”, 13.5″ x 10.5″, Linoleum reduction print and toner transfer on BFK paper.

cold comfort 1

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“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.

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“Unity”,  5″x 7″ on mulberry.

Color reduction woodblock. Print started in moku hanga style, (water based inks) and finished with oil based inks.

unity

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“Here and Not”, 8″x 8″ on BFK.

Color reduction woodblock print made on the theme of Italo Calvino’s book Invisible Cities for a group exhibition of artist’s books at Constellation Studios in Lincoln, Nebraska. One folio page for a collaborative book to be displayed as part of a show unbound, then folded in half and assembled into a book to be donated to a museum or library artists’ book collection. Any edge of this print can be the bottom.

invisible-cities

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“Daffodils”, 12″ x 9″ acrylic painting on canvas board. Yearly spring daffodil project, 2014.

2015 daffodils

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