Category Archive: printing

The bell

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

The bottom line

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

What I should be doing

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.

Rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb

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

A great part of my job

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