Tag Archives: landscape

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

Posted in Fine Art | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Silk Collagraph “Mezzotint”

Over the years I have explored many original printmaking processes including monotype (one-of-a-kind prints), etching, viscosity printing, drypoint and collagraph. Each has its unique charms and challenges! One interesting example of a collagraph process was done to resemble a mezzotint. … Continue reading

Posted in Fine Art | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Silk Collagraph “Mezzotint”

Painterly Printmaking

From the earliest age, I was interested in portraying the world visually. Writing assignments in grammar school were always elaborately illustrated. As a young college student, I applied for a semester abroad program in France so that I could visit … Continue reading

Posted in Fine Art | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Painterly Printmaking