About the Artist
Growing up in a small Vermont town in the 1950s, I gained a relatively expansive world view, thanks to my family’s belief in education, the arts and travel. My professional life working in museums since 1975 has always fueled my thirst for art making. In Seattle in 1990 I experimented with installations as a member of the artist collective SOIL. I next took my passion for mark making into the print studio, and currently I focus on paper lithography and chine-collé techniques. My prints reflect a life-long concern with the environment, human interaction with land and water, and cartography.
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