I’ve got a cold. Just as I thought I was in the clear, and had missed getting my daughter’s illness, it descended. So it goes. As I was dragging myself along, getting her to school this past Wednesday, we had one of those days where there was a big Muni delay (I believe a “mysterious… read more
Category Archive: printing
All of the Commence pieces now have their camouflage people done and I’m just finalizing the main characters on the last few. Here’s a strange truth: I’ve never actually create a single, cohesive series of 10 or more paintings at one time before. I’ve created this many paintings, of course, but the style often had… read more
Just wanted to paint today, so that is what I’ve been doing, even though I really should be updating my website and dealing with other technical stuff. The computer never really has that much to offer energetically. But ironically I did pause to use the computer to write about not using it.
I finally got my frozen rhubarb in the mail today! Actually, it was my Plywerk panels – not as good in pie but perfect for my new Wood & Water letterpress prints. I found this company when I was searching for some kind of sustainable panels to use that I was hoping would also be… read more
I was lucky enough to get to spend a couple of hours over at Logos Graphics today, having my letterpress guru, Lars, turn these letterpress plates: Into these prints: On the Heidelberg: I may have a degree in both painting and printmaking, but it has been 20 years since I did any printmaking, and since… read more