Deconstruction | Linocut Print
Deconstruction | Linocut Print

A couple times a week, I'll catch a glimpse of the old, double-decked eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge from a distance. A new, seismically safer span has been constructed and they're demolishing the old section. Before it's all gone, I wanted to make a print and here it is.

Solitude II | Reduction Linocut Print
Solitude II | Reduction Linocut Print

My second in a series of camping linocut prints. The mountain in the background is inspired by Mt. Shasta.

Pacific Coast | Lino Print
Pacific Coast | Lino Print

Aviation art print featuring cities like San Francisco (SFO), Los Angeles (LAX) and Seattle (SEA) on the west coast of the United States. It's made from hand-carved linoleum blocks.

Summit | Woodcut and Linocut Print
Summit | Woodcut and Linocut Print

The mountain setting is inspired by travels around the world. This original print combines woodblock and linocut printmaking techniques.

Across America | Linocut Print
Across America | Linocut Print

Map of America using flight patterns and the locations of the country's largest airports. Reminiscent of mid-century modern design. Part of my collection of 10 essential gifts for travelers.

Adventure Awaits | Linocut Print
Adventure Awaits | Linocut Print
Approaching Storm | Reduction Linocut Print
Approaching Storm | Reduction Linocut Print

A Northern Michigan lakeside scene made using the reduction process where the same linoleum block is used to print each color in the print.

El Capitan | Woodcut Print
El Capitan | Woodcut Print

El Capitan is impossible to miss as you drive into California's Yosemite Valley. I always marvel at the rock climbers who scale its monumental granite face.

Ukulele | Reduction Lino Print
Ukulele | Reduction Lino Print

Limited edition ukulele block print made using the reduction printmaking method.

Junction | Linocut Print
Junction | Linocut Print

An urban streetscape printed from hand-carved linoleum blocks.

West to Mt. Tam | Linocut Print
West to Mt. Tam | Linocut Print

Mt. Tamalpais in the San Francisco Bay Area.

A Noble Sheet of Blue Water | Linocut Print
A Noble Sheet of Blue Water | Linocut Print

Lake Tahoe provided the inspiration for this block print. The title - "A Noble Sheet of Blue Water" - is drawn from Mark Twain's work.

Bridalveil Fall | Linocut Print
Bridalveil Fall | Linocut Print

Inspired by visits to California's Yosemite National Park.

Solitude | Linocut Print
Solitude | Linocut Print
The Season | Linoleum Print
The Season | Linoleum Print

This linoleum print celebrates the beginning of ski and snowboard season.

Olive Tree | Woodcut Print
Olive Tree | Woodcut Print

A reduction woodblock print made for a commission.

Hemis Time | Linocut Print
Hemis Time | Linocut Print

This three-color print is made from two hand-carved linoleum blocks. It's inspired by my travels in the Himalayan region of Ladakh (northern India) where I attended an annual festival at the Hemis Monastery.

There Seldom is a Single Wave | Linocut Print
There Seldom is a Single Wave | Linocut Print

The initial inspiration for this block print came from a visit to the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, Norway. I was taken with the aesthetics of the old viking ships they had on display. I then researched old Viking proverbs and alphabets (runes). The Icelandic proverb, "There seldom is a single wave," is carved along the side of the print.

Across the Bay | Linocut Print
Across the Bay | Linocut Print

The Port of Oakland and across the Bay to San Francisco.

Across the Lake | Linocut Print
Across the Lake | Linocut Print

Lake Tahoe provided the inspiration for this limited edition artwork.

Chewy | Linocut Print
Chewy | Linocut Print

The idea for this train print came from a Union Pacific rotary snow plow I spotted at a museum.

World Wanderlust | Linocut Print
World Wanderlust | Linocut Print

World map made from a hand-carved block of linoleum. It's a linocut print showing the busiest airports around the world.

Golden Gate Net | Reduction Linocut Print
Golden Gate Net | Reduction Linocut Print

I read that during World War II, a long anti-submarine net was laid in the water across the Golden Gate in San Francisco Bay. This strange little piece of local history stuck with me. While the Bay's famous sites, like the Golden Gate Bridge (finished in 1937), Alcatraz and Angel Island, dominate the view, I'm also fascinated by what is lurking under the water's surface.

Lancia-Nardi | Reduction Linocut Print
Lancia-Nardi | Reduction Linocut Print

Limited edition art print inspired by an Italian car from the 1950's. 

Steller's Jay | Linoleum Block Print
Steller's Jay | Linoleum Block Print

The subject, a Steller's Jay, is related to the Blue Jay and is common in California and the Western US.

Bright Eyes | Reduction Linocut Print
Bright Eyes | Reduction Linocut Print

Reduction linocut print inspired by beach binoculars I spotted at Ocean Beach in San Francisco, California. Printed on my etching press.

World Wanderlust | Linocut Print
World Wanderlust | Linocut Print

For the budding air traffic controller, a world map featuring the airport codes of major cities.

Tahoe | Linocut Print
Tahoe | Linocut Print

Whether it's winter or summer, it's hard to think of a more beautiful place to spend time in the outdoors.

Seeking | Linocut Print
Seeking | Linocut Print

The idea for this relief print came to me after a hike with my family in the golden hills of Northern California.

On the Way | Linocut Print
On the Way | Linocut Print

I always enjoy flying and seeing the world from my window seat.

Tide Pool | Linocut Print
Tide Pool | Linocut Print

Starfish print inspired by scrambles around tide pools you find along the West Coast.

dörr | Linocut Print
dörr | Linocut Print

Stockholm, Sweden-inspired lino print made using the reduction and multiple block methods. On display in a group show at a DMV office.

Last Run | Reduction Linocut Print
Last Run | Reduction Linocut Print

Ski and snowboard linocut print with a chairlift made using the reduction method.

West to Mt. Tam II | Relief Print
West to Mt. Tam II | Relief Print

Artwork inspired by the view of Mt. Tam in Marin County, California.

Shasta Border Crossing | Linoleum Print
Shasta Border Crossing | Linoleum Print

This view of Mt. Shasta, which tops out at over 14,000 feet, is looking south from the Oregon border.

Deconstruction | Linocut Print
Solitude II | Reduction Linocut Print
Pacific Coast | Lino Print
Summit | Woodcut and Linocut Print
Across America | Linocut Print
Adventure Awaits | Linocut Print
Approaching Storm | Reduction Linocut Print
El Capitan | Woodcut Print
Ukulele | Reduction Lino Print
Junction | Linocut Print
West to Mt. Tam | Linocut Print
A Noble Sheet of Blue Water | Linocut Print
Bridalveil Fall | Linocut Print
Solitude | Linocut Print
The Season | Linoleum Print
Olive Tree | Woodcut Print
Hemis Time | Linocut Print
There Seldom is a Single Wave | Linocut Print
Across the Bay | Linocut Print
Across the Lake | Linocut Print
Chewy | Linocut Print
World Wanderlust | Linocut Print
Golden Gate Net | Reduction Linocut Print
Lancia-Nardi | Reduction Linocut Print
Steller's Jay | Linoleum Block Print
Bright Eyes | Reduction Linocut Print
World Wanderlust | Linocut Print
Tahoe | Linocut Print
Seeking | Linocut Print
On the Way | Linocut Print
Tide Pool | Linocut Print
dörr | Linocut Print
Last Run | Reduction Linocut Print
West to Mt. Tam II | Relief Print
Shasta Border Crossing | Linoleum Print
Deconstruction | Linocut Print

A couple times a week, I'll catch a glimpse of the old, double-decked eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge from a distance. A new, seismically safer span has been constructed and they're demolishing the old section. Before it's all gone, I wanted to make a print and here it is.

Solitude II | Reduction Linocut Print

My second in a series of camping linocut prints. The mountain in the background is inspired by Mt. Shasta.

Pacific Coast | Lino Print

Aviation art print featuring cities like San Francisco (SFO), Los Angeles (LAX) and Seattle (SEA) on the west coast of the United States. It's made from hand-carved linoleum blocks.

Summit | Woodcut and Linocut Print

The mountain setting is inspired by travels around the world. This original print combines woodblock and linocut printmaking techniques.

Across America | Linocut Print

Map of America using flight patterns and the locations of the country's largest airports. Reminiscent of mid-century modern design. Part of my collection of 10 essential gifts for travelers.

Adventure Awaits | Linocut Print
Approaching Storm | Reduction Linocut Print

A Northern Michigan lakeside scene made using the reduction process where the same linoleum block is used to print each color in the print.

El Capitan | Woodcut Print

El Capitan is impossible to miss as you drive into California's Yosemite Valley. I always marvel at the rock climbers who scale its monumental granite face.

Ukulele | Reduction Lino Print

Limited edition ukulele block print made using the reduction printmaking method.

Junction | Linocut Print

An urban streetscape printed from hand-carved linoleum blocks.

West to Mt. Tam | Linocut Print

Mt. Tamalpais in the San Francisco Bay Area.

A Noble Sheet of Blue Water | Linocut Print

Lake Tahoe provided the inspiration for this block print. The title - "A Noble Sheet of Blue Water" - is drawn from Mark Twain's work.

Bridalveil Fall | Linocut Print

Inspired by visits to California's Yosemite National Park.

Solitude | Linocut Print
The Season | Linoleum Print

This linoleum print celebrates the beginning of ski and snowboard season.

Olive Tree | Woodcut Print

A reduction woodblock print made for a commission.

Hemis Time | Linocut Print

This three-color print is made from two hand-carved linoleum blocks. It's inspired by my travels in the Himalayan region of Ladakh (northern India) where I attended an annual festival at the Hemis Monastery.

There Seldom is a Single Wave | Linocut Print

The initial inspiration for this block print came from a visit to the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, Norway. I was taken with the aesthetics of the old viking ships they had on display. I then researched old Viking proverbs and alphabets (runes). The Icelandic proverb, "There seldom is a single wave," is carved along the side of the print.

Across the Bay | Linocut Print

The Port of Oakland and across the Bay to San Francisco.

Across the Lake | Linocut Print

Lake Tahoe provided the inspiration for this limited edition artwork.

Chewy | Linocut Print

The idea for this train print came from a Union Pacific rotary snow plow I spotted at a museum.

World Wanderlust | Linocut Print

World map made from a hand-carved block of linoleum. It's a linocut print showing the busiest airports around the world.

Golden Gate Net | Reduction Linocut Print

I read that during World War II, a long anti-submarine net was laid in the water across the Golden Gate in San Francisco Bay. This strange little piece of local history stuck with me. While the Bay's famous sites, like the Golden Gate Bridge (finished in 1937), Alcatraz and Angel Island, dominate the view, I'm also fascinated by what is lurking under the water's surface.

Lancia-Nardi | Reduction Linocut Print

Limited edition art print inspired by an Italian car from the 1950's. 

Steller's Jay | Linoleum Block Print

The subject, a Steller's Jay, is related to the Blue Jay and is common in California and the Western US.

Bright Eyes | Reduction Linocut Print

Reduction linocut print inspired by beach binoculars I spotted at Ocean Beach in San Francisco, California. Printed on my etching press.

World Wanderlust | Linocut Print

For the budding air traffic controller, a world map featuring the airport codes of major cities.

Tahoe | Linocut Print

Whether it's winter or summer, it's hard to think of a more beautiful place to spend time in the outdoors.

Seeking | Linocut Print

The idea for this relief print came to me after a hike with my family in the golden hills of Northern California.

On the Way | Linocut Print

I always enjoy flying and seeing the world from my window seat.

Tide Pool | Linocut Print

Starfish print inspired by scrambles around tide pools you find along the West Coast.

dörr | Linocut Print

Stockholm, Sweden-inspired lino print made using the reduction and multiple block methods. On display in a group show at a DMV office.

Last Run | Reduction Linocut Print

Ski and snowboard linocut print with a chairlift made using the reduction method.

West to Mt. Tam II | Relief Print

Artwork inspired by the view of Mt. Tam in Marin County, California.

Shasta Border Crossing | Linoleum Print

This view of Mt. Shasta, which tops out at over 14,000 feet, is looking south from the Oregon border.

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