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Landscape Prints

Sycamore Study 11; etching, chine colle; 24" x 12", 2008
Sycamore Study 11; etching, chine colle; 24" x 12", 2008
Portland Birch; etching, chine colle; 12” x 8”, 2008
Portland Birch; etching, chine colle; 12” x 8”, 2008
Birch at Lake; etching, chine colle; 12” x 8”, 2008
Birch at Lake; etching, chine colle; 12” x 8”, 2008
Collograph w/Chine Collé; 32” x 20; 2007
Collograph w/Chine Collé; 32” x 20; 2007
Permafrost Strata #6; Collograph w/Chine Collé; 32” x 20; 2007
Permafrost Strata #6; Collograph w/Chine Collé; 32” x 20; 2007
Erratic Poplar #6; Collograph w/Chine Collé; 32” x 20; 2007
Erratic Poplar #6; Collograph w/Chine Collé; 32” x 20; 2007
Lava Cliff; etching w/chine colle; 18” x 12”; 2008
Lava Cliff; etching w/chine colle; 18” x 12”; 2008
Lava Tube #2; etching, chine colle; 8.25” x 6”, 2008
Lava Tube #2; etching, chine colle; 8.25” x 6”, 2008

This is a small sample of prints that I made between 2006-2010. I am fascinated by the recursive patterns that repeat in the natural world, in particular, patterns of growth and accretion that have been altered by human intervention.  The geologic memory captured in plants and land contains a record of profound time and acts as a metaphor for the collective memory of the earth.  I use a variety of printmaking processes but most often copper plate etching with chine collé and collography.