Early in 1996, for reasons I still don’t understand, really, I became fascinated by Japanese woodblock printmaking technique. In January, I registered for a two week long workshop to be taught by Hiroki Morinoue at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass, Colorado — but I was wait-listed and didn’t know until shortly before the workshop […]
These prints were produced using a set of identical plexi-glass cubes which I machined out of 1/2″ plexi bar stock. I routed a 1/8″ groove in one side, a 1/4″ groove in another side, and a 3/8″ groove in a third side of each long bar. Then I sliced the bars into 1/2″ long cubes using a […]
The image was lifted from a 1988 photo-ID. The title is derived from the number of self-portrait images used to make the image of me, plus 1 for the complete image itself. Since the image lives in a space 40 cells high by 40 cells wide, it’s 40 x 40 = 1600 cells in the image. Each of […]
This self portrait was pretty much the end of the series. I produced an edition of 25 of these for the Hand Print Press, a print making cooperative which organized an annual exchange. Similar to 64, but much more ambitions, I was very happy (and very lucky) to keep the four color plates and one large etched […]
This represents my first “color” lithograph. The original drawing was transferred to four aluminum litho plates and each plate was developed by drawing with litho crayon. Then the plates were processed, inked in cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (one color per plate) and printed. Quick and easy, the prints were Christmas gifts to family and […]
Andy Brown’s 45th Birthday, one of the edition was presented to each of those pictured. counter clockwise from lower left: Carl Johnson, David Altman, Andy Brown, me, David Lightner, Greg Barstow, Kelley Rudolph, Jon Beltram, Greg Oliver, Donnie Duncan, Eric Manuel.
“Pat”, 1994, 24 x 24 inches, four color tiled plexi-block print on Rives BFK paper. Printed across four block arrangments in four litho ink colors (red, yellow, blue, black).
“The Conversation”, 1967, color woodcut, about 11″ x 17″, cover for 1968 Helicon, (Pembroke Hill School’s annual literary magazine.