Here’s another linocut from my archives that I made in the 1980’s employing a technique used by Edvard Munch. It’s the “jigsaw” method, meaning that you cut apart the elements of the lino block that you want inked separately. Then they are carefully assembled on the bed of the press and printed all at once.Read more ⟶
I went for the naive folk art look in my approach to this lino-cut. This print is also a tip of the hat to the rich heritage of African American vernacular art. Click on Barack Obama Linocut for more detail.
A couple of weeks ago I opened a show of around 18 photographic portraits at Bombay Peggy’s Brothel & Pub. They’re all large format and nicely framed in a plain maple molding. Been getting pretty good feedback from visitors and pub patrons, guess the more you drink the better everything looks. I drew from aRead more ⟶