About the Artist
After a catastrophic accident in 2008 that left me a quadriplegic I thought I would never make art again. With limited use of my left hand there was no way to cut wood, the print medium I had done most of my life. Using a Wacom tablet, my computer and Photoshop, I am able to draw again in a new way. My studio assistant manipulates Photoshop for me, I do all the drawing and image making. My assistant then processes the image. My prints since the accident are a visual diary which documents my slow but steady recovery. The font that I use in some of these prints is one that I drew myself. I continue to teach printmaking at the University of Arizona School of Art with the assistance of the Disability Resource Center.