• After relative success deconstructing and reconstructing images with my newly-developed 4-color process and the drypoint method, I felt compelled to do the same thing in my favorite printmaking medium, linoleum. It wasn't as successful as I had hoped, but it was a good learning process.

  • My husband Jim took several awesome panorama shots from the 2016 Glastonbury Music Festival in Somerset, England - which we attended this year for the first time. They were so good, I wanted to share them here.

  • Here are some photos of the plates and the process of creating the second - larger - CMYK intaglio (drypoint) print, "Fitzwater Sunshine."

  • I have a LOT to express but I can't seem to find a way to do it in printmaking. Until recently. Here's the result.

  • I was quick to attempt another four-color intaglio print but this time using the drypoint method. I couldn't make half-tone separations with dots using drypoint, so I decided to do the next best thing, use parallel lines in different directions, one for each process color. Here's how it all shook out.

  • A few weeks ago I had a new idea for a color print precipitated by my experimentation with carborundum on plastic plates. It had the potential to work perfectly or be the stupidest idea ever. Either way, good or bad, the thing I liked about it was it would be a conceptual piece, and, thus, I had to pursue it.