The nature prints in my Herbarium series are incredibly simple. You coat a sheet of watercolor paper – I use Fabriano Artistico – with a salt solution and let it dry. Then when it is time to make the print you paint silver nitrate on your specimen – mine are leaves – with a foam …
How Do I Know?
Am I finished? Is my work done?
Adapting an ancient technique for my Herbarium series.
Just Like The Beginning
The COVID Pandemic challenged my creativity.
Who Is Next?
What kind of future being will discover my fictitious fossils? What tools will they use?
My vision of the future is set in stone.
The Critical Eye
The Exhibition Lab critique group was great inspiration for my Anthropocene and Borderlands projects.
Images from the Edge
Appropriating parts of my collodion wet-plate images to create new work.
The Future of Books
As our digital world evolves paper books are disappearing and digital publishing is flourishing. My Gutenberg series of 3D printed book shaped sculptures investigates how that change is happening.
For The Love of Books
I have created many books in a variety of forms. Some printed on paper and some 3D printed.