I studied printmaking in the 70's at the Rhode Island School of Design, and printmaking has remained an important part of my work during the past forty years. Recently I have been working in white line woodcut, a technique that was invented in Provincetown, MA about 100 years ago. I carve delicate lines into a pine board and then print using watercolors to create images that feel like paintings. I used this technique to illustrate my first children's book: The Garden Grows all in a Row.
White Line Woodcuts
Linoleum Block Prints inspired by Audubon's Birds of America
These four prints are in the collection of the Boston Athenaeum
Children’s Book Illustrations for Flowers Grow All in a Row