As late winter begins to wane, streams start to fill with melt water in the anticipation of spring.
About the Artist
I’m a printmaker and metalwork sculptor. My print work explores landscapes and architectural elements paying attention to relationships between form, shadow, light and negative space, and how atmosphere affects a viewer’s perceptions. I am currently working in abstract mono relief prints and limited editions of reduction relief printing, a process that utilizes a single block for several individual colors. I received a BFA from the University of Montana with emphases in Printmaking and Metalwork/Sculpture. My work has been shown in Key West, FL; Spokane, WA; Big Horn, WY Minneapolis, MN; Schenectady, NY; Plymouth, MA; Bryn Mawr, PA; Missoula, MT; Billings, MT. I was born and raised in rural Northeastern Connecticut. My father was a carpenter and my mother raised chickens. I contracted polio as an infant and have worn a leg brace ever since.
Art on display at Courage Kenny and featured online at www.CourageArt.org