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My interest in printmaking stems from the problem solving and adaptation necessary to make a successful print. This visceral connection with process has led me to make singular objects inspired by traditional printmaking techniques. This work involves the hand application of layers of pigment, a method closest to French pochoir printing. The images and forms in this work are developed with stain and single use stencils cut directly on the surface of the wood. Each color is individually deposited onto the panel resulting in varnished paintings layered as silkscreens or woodcuts.

Voladores
wood stain on oak panel
46" x 52"
2012
Graft Hybrid
wood stain on oak panel
15" x 30"
2012
Invasive Species
wood stain on birch panel
32" x 32"
2012
Cultivar
48" x 36"
2012
Cross-Pollination
wood stain on birch panel
30" x 42"
2012
Grid
wood stain on birch panel
56" x 48"
2011
Courtesans
wood stain and silkscreen on oak panel
48" x 36"
2010
Nahual Host
wood stain and acrylic on birch panel
55" x 35"
2009
Totem Host
wood stain on birch panel
48" x 24"
2009
Untitled
wood stain on birch panel
48" diameter
2009
Waves
relief print, stain and acrylic on birch panel
78" x 44"
2008
Termini
relief print, wood stain and acrylic on birch panel
48" x 44"
2008