It was amazing to spend a day at Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas and finalize the Ediz Hook proofs this month after an (ever so long) pandemic break from traveling. Unfortunately, I only had one day in the studio but it was enough to make the decision of ink color for this photogravure. Master Printer,Continue reading “Finalizing Ediz Hook”
The new year is already busy with duties, such as properly storing and preparing my newest photogravures. A good job requires careful handling (with gloves), interleaving, making archival folders for shipping/storing and logging inventory. Then off a few of them go to sell at Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas. Next, time to make the finalContinue reading “Creekside Projects Update”
New color trials have just arrived from Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas. Many thanks to Master Printer, Tracy Mayrello, for collaborating up some beautiful photogravure proofs! I’ll need to make final ink decisions for editioning two new works – Ediz Hook, Washington and Sacred Hoh, Washington – for my Telescoping Landscapes series. After many monthsContinue reading “Photogravure Proofs Ediz and Hoh Forest”
I will be participating at Creekside Studio in the 2020 Austin Studio Tour with 420 Austin-based artists and collaboratives – featured in this combined edition of the East and West Studio Tours! Start following by visiting bigmedium.org/austinstudiotour.
Part two of : Working as a team at Flatbed Press. My day of trial proofing photogravures included a 4″ x 5″ print dear to my heart. This print began on the grounds of the La Romita School of Art in Italy. I took this image while wandering through the olive grove and peekingContinue reading “Cane da Pastore on View at the O2Gallery and Project Space”
I used my iPhone on a trip to Maui to create this capture of the Baldwin house in Iao Valley. I knew I wanted to depict this image in a manner that made you feel the early history not only of the home, but of the ancient landscape. Working as a team at Flatbed PressContinue reading “iPhoneography to Photogravure”