Woodblock print of a camping trip to Minnesota's north woods, south of the 49th parallel, where there are white pines tall enough to loosen your imagination and brighten your mind. Camping next to them is like acquiring new 150 year old neighbors strong enough to have stuck around and shared in the geographic and meteorologic habitat since your great-grandparents visited for a night or two in the same place, if they'd had the chance. 5.5" x 4"; Edition of 20; $200
The view across Lake Superior to Palisade Head in the distance, from the top of Shovel Point in Tettegouche State Park. Sold Out.
Red Sky at Morning is a five-block print I just finished, printed from poplar wood, 5" x 5", on Somerset paper. It was a little bit trickier to print than I thought; the hills and sky were touchy in terms of value and how the colors printed when layered on top of each other. I guess it's always a learning process.