Two Lilies by the Bay was inspired by the the love between Jim and Paul in Morro Bay. The imagery is taken from the central coast, including a coastal map of the area.
Two Lilies by the Bay
acyrlic and pastel on folded paper mounted on sealed masonite, 48"x48"
left view of Two Lilies
right view of Two Lilies
3D Paper Art
Cat House Book detail
Paintings and Drawings
graphite and colored pencil on paper, 18"x24"
hand colored linocuts
Cat House Book
Three different colored linocut prints were created, black, red, and blue. The prints were then cut and attached with PVA glue and linen hinges using one of the prints as a matrix. The entire completed piece was then attached to sealed masonite with paper hinges. The work can be removed from the masonite panels by cutting the hinges with a sharp knife anrolled for storage or shipment in a tube.
Tree of Life
The tree of life and it's components are made of cut plywood and acrylic paint. The tree is approximately 60"x60".
Calina is a series of monoprints and collage that represent a change in Callifornia to a more Asian influnece.
The prints shown in this gallery reflect a broad spectrum of work. Most of the work is recent.
One Woman, Serigraph
White Bear, 3 color linocut
Up, Down, Around
Up, Down , and Around are a series of linocut prints that represent war, love, and life.
Fall of the House of Mime is a seven plate, two color teching that has been cut and manipulated into a single print.
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