Prints & Videos

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King Leer: A Tragedy in Five Puppets

Desdemona, In Her Own Words


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In Her Own Words, 2015, 19″ x 13″ sets of proofs $350.00/set

A limited number of sets of proofs on Mohawk Superfine are available. The proofs are identical to the prints in the edition except for the difference in paper. Handset type letterpress printed and additional printing using assorted foams and adhesive plates, wire, pressure printing and collographs.

Unsupervised, 2011, 20” x 16”, $50.00 each

A suite of five prints of a colorfully dressed figure framed by a text discussing my clothing choices and how they have changed now that they are no longer being scrutinized daily by others. Letterpress and inkjet printed on Rives BFK heavyweight. Each individual print an edition of 5.

Assorted Nightmares, 2010, $50.00

A two color print of 6 assorted nightmares in escalating order.

My Dog of Many Parts, 2009, 11” x 14”, $50.00

A 4-color broadside with illustration and text describing the assets and faults of the namesake of the Naughty Dog Press, my late and still lamented dog Gomez. Printed letterpress from polymer plates on Arches Text Wove paper. Edition of 100.


Clues but no answers set, 9 prints in a cloth covered portfolio, 2008, 11” x 14”, $600.00

Individual prints, $75.00

A suite of 9 prints organized as if casting a play, with three separate figures holding weapons of various kinds, 3 pairs kissing, dancing or toasting each other, three separate figures crying, sneaking or running, a crime scene body outline and 2 different versions each of 4 different room settings. The title of the series is the same as the text included in each image, “Clues but no answers”. These various characters and settings are layered on the prints in a variety of combinations. There are two constant features, the text is always the same and the body outline is always in the lower left corner. The words and the images work together to suggest an ambiguous narrative. There is a cumulative effect to viewing the different images and texts that suggests different meaning, or stories depending upon the setting and also depending upon the viewer themselves. The images are letterpress printed using pressure printing, polymer plates and a linoleum block. The texts are letterpress printed from hand set Baskerville and Broadway type. The paper used is Mohawk Superfine. Contained in a cloth-covered portfolio. Edition of 25.