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Why I Love Making Monotypes

I have a confession to make.  I have a love-hate relationship with monotype. I create monotypes  (one-of-a-kind prints) by painting on a blank sheet of plexiglass and transferring the image to paper using an etching press. Usually I  think about … Continue reading

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Spring on the Desert

I love visiting the Anza Borrego desert in the spring.  In some years the flowers are incredibly dense on the desert floor and in other years, they are sparse and require great attention to detail to spot them. Desert flowers … Continue reading

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