It started with an invitation
…to participate in a 40 x 60 Woodcut Challenge! (Actually, it started with an inquiry about whether or not there were still any openings to participate, and thankfully, they’d seen my work and welcomed me to take part).
40 x 60 Challenge?
‘In Dog Years’ at Artisan Gallery through December 2014
Finally, a return to painting with this solo show opening tonight! ( Friday, Nov. 7, 2014, 5-9 pm, Artisan Gallery, Paoli)
Carcasses (from the Meat Locker) • 8ft x 3ft (each) • woodcut prints on masa, adhered to painted insulation foam board, hardware
OPENING RECEPTION: September 8th, 2014
ON VIEW: September 8th – December 5th, 2014
From IPCNY (International Print Center New York): Big Picture Show, on view at 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery in midtown, presents thirty large-scale contemporary prints by artists originally shown at IPCNY in New Prints exhibitions.
Carcasses (from the Meat Locker) is one of those pieces.
Just got the email that my piece Taliesin Goose made into Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum‘s 2014 Birds in Art show! I’m beside myself with the thrill and honor of it. And it’s always a surprise—this is the 4th time I’ve made it in the show out of 13 attempts.
Taliesin Goose • 30in x 48in • reduction woodcut
‘Alpaca Sky’ • print size: 18in x 24in • reduction linocut
Our neighbors–Mindy and Linda of Galpaca Farm have the most beautiful, engaging, patient and fun models — Alpacas! Continue reading
This commemorative broadside for The Dog & Pony Show is now available at the Market Weight Press Shop. The exihibit was held at Artisan Gallery in Paoli, 2014.
This is a linocut block (the black-inked image you see here) printed on top of a “split run” or “rainbow roll” print on paper. 100% cotton, 300gm, high quality paper measures 11-1/4in x 25in.
That’s Rosie, the English Bulldog (I met her when we took our hogs in to Avon Locker in Darlington), mellow as usual, resting atop a circus pony. The cat in the fez is the critic, who obviously doesn’t think much of the show (nor wearing hats). Dexter is below, advertising the event—any excuse to run around with a precious stick in his mouth.
See detailed close-ups of the print and purchasing information at the Market Weight Press Shop.