March 4 – 27, 2021
I find inspiration in the natural world and, in this series of woodcuts, I again looked to the land and water surrounding our cabin in Northern Ontario.
On one side of the lake a dam controls the water level to accommodate an over a century old logging industry. The rocky logging chute and spillway below – cut cliffs and exposed granite humps scoured by glaciers and smoothed by water – caught my imagination.
Four plates each produced one print in the colors found in nature and six more prints that explore non-local colors.
Virtual Artist Talk: Saturday, March 13, 1:00 pm Pacific time.
Meeting ID: 872 7497 4198
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