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HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR!

LUNAR NEW YEAR PRINTED PAPER LANTERNS

Join me in the studio to welcome in Lunar New Year as we celebrate the Year of the Dragon! In many Asian cultures, the holiday brings families and friends together to celebrate the new year. Lanterns symbolize good luck, health and prosperity and their light is a way to set an intention, make a wish and spread good fortune. 

In this workshop, participants will design and build a unique handmade lantern using a variety of translucent paper materials, chip board, fiber and small LED lights. Guests will be encouraged to experiment, craft and create their own printed imagery on panels using a variety of stencils and block printing tools. Each participant will make one lantern to take home, light and enjoy in celebration! All materials will be provided. No prior printmaking experience is necessary.

SONOMA COMMUNITY CENTER

YEAR OF THE DRAGON

Lunar New Year Printed Paper Lanterns
Saturday, February 10th, 2024
10:00 am to 1:00 pm

REGISTRATION OPEN
Age 16+, Beginner Level 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

WINTER 2024 TRIMESTER WORKSHOPS at the Sonoma Community Center

You can often find me at the Sonoma Community Center Print Studio where I teach and coordinate printmaking classes with guest teaching artists. 

Registration is now open for our Winter 2024 trimester. 

Click the link, browse around and check out our current studio schedule below.  Reach out or say hello if you have any questions!

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PRINT WITH ME AT THE LIBRARY!

Join me this Spring for my second printmaking tour at the Sonoma County Libraries!

In this beginning relief hands-on printmaking workshop, explore a playful approach to making small format relief prints using speedy linocut. You will learn to use a linoleum tool to quickly carve a drawing and make a unique mini print out of a soft rubber block. I'll teach you how to ink + transfer a print by hand using a variety of papers and fabric without the use of a mechanical printing press. Develop and take home your own set of edition prints!

No experience is required.

Teens, adults and seniors are welcome!
Age 18+, Beginner Level 
Admission is FREE with advanced sign-up

Registration opens February 1st, 2024
March 9, 17, 24
April 13, 14, 21, 24

Click for more info, locations and registration

just published


GARLAND VARIATIONS  by National Monument Press

I'm thrilled to be one of the artists included in the latest Risograph anthology book by Zach Clark's National Monument Press, called GARLAND VARIATIONS. Inside you'll find a short riso printed collection of my drypoint etchings and a botanical photography study of common California invasive flowering plant species. Fascinated yet? 

CHECK IT OUT HERE! 

just happened

"Paper + Clay" at Arts Benicia

CALIFORNIA PRINTMAKERS / Tradition + Innovation

On view July 22 - Aug 27, 2023

This juried show highlighted a wide range of printmaking techniques, from traditional processes to more experimental methods from 40 printmakers. I felt very fortunate to have been chosen among the wonderful company of California artists.

"Odd Bird" at the COMPOUND GALLERY'S  BRUSHED show

I was pleased to participate in this unique group (object-based) show of work inspired by and made of the ubiquitous paintbrush, curated by my friend Courtney Cerruti. My sculpture "Odd Bird" was on view at the Compound Gallery through October 16th, 2022. 

More info... 

"After School"  in ARTS BENICIA'S  "35 x 35" group show

One of my latest mixed media prints, "After School" recently showed in Arts Benicia's special celebration of 35 years. This rare group showcase featured regional masters and their chosen emerging artists in the historic Benicia Arts district which was on view thru October 30th, 2022. 

More info... 

I N S T A G R A M  happenings...

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