Art In Embassies Program

I have exciting new to share! My woodcut monoprint The Lamb, along with my white line woodcut entitled January will soon be traveling to Sri Lanka, where they will be exhibited in the residence of the newly appointed American embassador, Alaina Teplitz, for approximately the next two years. The AIEP is administered by the U.S. Dept. of State in Washington, D.C., and promotes cultural diplomacy through exhibitions in over 200 Embassies and Consulates throughout the world. It's easy for artists to register to join the database to be considered for inclusion by the AIEP curators by visiting their website. 

Upcoming Workshops

Melrose Arts will be sponsoring two white line woodcut workshops with me this winter at Follow Your Art; January 27 or February 3. Each one-day session runs from 1-5 p.m. and is suitable for any level from beginner to advanced. Contact Follow Your Art for more information or to register.

Larks and Thrushes CD Cover Illustration

Recently, my friend, Irish fiddler Laurel Martin embarked upon an exciting project: a new collection of her wonderful, lyrical traditional tunes published as a CD. I was fortunate to travel with her to County Clare, Ireland in the winter of 2018, and to sit in on some of the practice and recording sessions with the legendary master of the concertina, Mary MacNamara. I was delighted when Laurel asked me to create a woodcut illustration for the CD cover. Together, we discussed ideas and directions, and here is the result! Laurel's wonderful music is available at CD Baby.

The Boston Printmakers, New England Edition

Twenty New England-based members of the Boston Printmakers, including yours truly, will be exhibiting at Francesca Anderson Fine Art in Lexington, MAssachusetts from April 25 through June 2, 2018. I'll be demonstrating my white line woodcut technique on Saturday, May 12, from 2-4 p.m. at the gallery. Registration is recommended:

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