My work reflects a love of and respect for our natural world. My long time studio on Carolina Street, uphill from 20th Street, Potrero Hill, is simple to find. It has two red garage doors and there is lots of easy parking.
I work and have had shows in several media from watercolor and printmaking to photography. My linocut printmaking techniques are original, often involving gradations of ink, embossing and mixed media. My linocut “Poppies V” was acquired by the Library of Congress.
I also do a lot of documentary photography, but always with a strong aesthetic and I have contributed over 700 native plant images to CalPhotos, the UC digital library. Thru my art and photography I hope to make people more aware of the beauty and importance of our natural environment and the great need for and value of conserving it.