Mt. Tam

Square Throw Pillows and Covers on Society6

Square Throw Pillows and Covers on Society6

Square Throw Pillows and Covers on Society6

I have a lot of new linocut-based designs featured on decorative throw pillows on Society6. Here's a photo of some of the square throw pillows I currently have on offer.

They include mountain landscapes and Bay Area icons such as the Golden Gate Bridge and the old Bay Bridge, which connected Oakland and San Francisco before the new span was built. I also have some airport code throw pillows, a camping one, Yosemite and Lake Tahoe designs, and a popular abstract woodcut pattern.

The square throw pillows come in various sizes and you can choose between a pillow cover or one with a pillow insert. And, if you didn't know, I have a Boarding All Rows Pinterest page where I've pinned many of my linocut designs.


Mt. Tam T-Shirts, Tote Bags, Phone Cases, Pillows and Cards from Society6

Some of you might remember the linocut print of Northern California's Mt Tamalpais I did a few years ago. Mt. Tam, as it's usually referred to locally, is a classic San Francisco Bay Area hiking spot. It has one of the best day hikes around called the Dipsea - Steep Ravine - Matt Davis Loop Trail, which can include a stop at Stinson Beach.

I'm thrilled to say that this Mt. Tam design is now available on t-shirts, tote bags, iPhone and Galaxy phone cases, pillows, stationary cards for gifts or friends, and other items through Society6.

Mt. Tam Stationary Cards

Mt. Tam Stationary Cards

Mt. Tamalpais Tote Bag from Society6

Mt. Tamalpais Tote Bag from Society6

Mt. Tam T-Shirt (also in v-necks, long-sleeve shirts and women's tees)

Mt. Tam T-Shirt (also in v-necks, long-sleeve shirts and women's tees)

Mt. Tamaplais Throw Pillow from Society6

Mt. Tamaplais Throw Pillow from Society6

Society6 Phone Case Featuring Mt. Tam

Society6 Phone Case Featuring Mt. Tam

Mt. Tamalpais Linocut Print

I feel lucky to be able to see Mt. Tam everyday, including at the end of the day as the sun sets over the Pacific. I love seeing it from different angles and in changing weather conditions as you travel through the East Bay, Marin County and San Francisco.

Here's a new five-color linocut print - the second in a series (the first Mt. Tam print). This limited edition block print is made partially by the reduction method where the same linoleum block is used to print multiple colors in the print. After a color is printed on the paper using my etching press, more of the block is carved away for the next color. The print can never be replicated because the block has been carved away during the creation process. Two blocks were used for this print.

"West to Mt. Tam II" - Linocut Print