Austin Studio Tour @creeksidestudioatx Exhibits “Sacred Hoh”

Editioning has begun on my Chine collé photogravure of “Sacred Hoh” at Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas and I am excited to have it on display during Austin Studio Tour 2021. Many thanks to Master Printer, Tracy Mayrello, for helping me to create a beautiful varied edition. Visit Creekside at 916 Springdale Road Bldg 2Continue reading “Austin Studio Tour @creeksidestudioatx Exhibits “Sacred Hoh””

PrintAustin/PrintExpo 2021

I hope you can visit PrintAustin online January 15-February 13, 2021, as I am participating with Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas. On view are new photogravure editions for my Telescoping Landscapes series – and Creekside is also hosting a collaboration with Gallery Shoal Creek artist, Koichi Yamamoto. Koichi is a must see! Also, watch forContinue reading “PrintAustin/PrintExpo 2021”

Almost Real Things Features Tina Weitz for Austin Studio Tour

Creekside Studio and I are excited to be featured with Almost Real Things as one of 8 more artists to check out during this last weekend of Austin Studio Tour with Big Medium. “Immerse yourself in the beautiful landscapes captured by photographer Tina Weitz.”Thank you for the compliment Almost Real Things. What a great wayContinue reading “Almost Real Things Features Tina Weitz for Austin Studio Tour”

Art Inspired Beyond City Limits

Many thanks to Big Medium and the Austin Chronicle as I have been selected with 9 other artists to be featured for The Austin Chronicle‘s Themed Tour, Art Inspired Beyond City Limits. Themed tours are curated lists of artists on the Austin Studio Tour that are selected by some of the tour sponsors, centered aroundContinue reading “Art Inspired Beyond City Limits”

Telescoping Landscapes

The art of the landscape capture has many layered meanings – realized or hidden, from the photographic eye.  It is not until one looks deeper that the workings within the images are revealed. Visual fragments offer traces and remnants of history that are both environmental and man-made. In this series of photogravures, Telescoping Landscapes, IContinue reading “Telescoping Landscapes”

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