I’m a professor, designer, and artist. I draw on memory and nostalgia for inspiration. My recent work consists mainly of drypoint, monoprint, collage, silkscreen, acrylic, and gouache works on paper and canvas.
I completed my BFA and MFA in Printmaking, with a concentration on intaglio and bookmaking. I’ve continued to practice printmaking my entire career. More recently, I’ve been incorporating digital processes into traditional printmaking methods by drawing imagery on a computer, printing it, and transferring it to paper and canvas.
On Netflix’s “The Social Dilemma”
It’s no wonder the machine (however you want to define that, the powers that be, the man, our corporate overlords) is mining our data. It’s always mining something: iron, gold, oil, electricity (although the more elegant term for that is harvesting) – it’s just incredible how much data we produce and how easy it is […]Read More