I’ve been carving rubber block prints of things and beings I love for 20 years. My collection includes two cats, dozens of good dogs, some of the little birds my mother loved to watch, a few wonderful shoes, several musical instruments, an assortment of household items that I find beautiful, a scattering of animals, trees, and twigs I love to see, and words. Lots and lots of words. I am the first and still the only bus-riding vendor at the Bellinham Farmer’s Market.
You can see all my prints in the Print Gallery, visit my Etsy Shop, or you can order by e-mailing me at email@example.com.
- My hand-pulled prints (8 x 10, 9 x 12, 11 x 14) are printed in ink on dictionary, bible, music, atlas and other re-purposed paper.
- Each print is floated on black, acid-free matboard, and packaged in a clear, removeable wrapper.
- 8×10 prints are either single or multiple-image prints.
- 9 x 12 and 11 x 14 prints are either “wordy” or not.
These are ivory colored business-card sized magnets. Each one has a print and a quote.
New this year, by popular demand: cards based on many of my most popular magnets. Heavy paper, envelope and clear wrapper. They are so new I haven’t gotten them on this website yet. This site and all of our lives are a work in progress…
A better photo of my first calendar, Dogs, is forthcoming, and new photos of my NEW calendar, Home, are forthcoming as well. These wall calendars are 5 x 8 and designed to be used every year, any year so you don’t have to copy special dates into your new calendar every year. Each month has a print and a quote at the top, and dated lines to write birthdays and anniversaries for that month on the bottom. They are both punched to hang on a wall and the Home calendar can stand on its own.
About my writing
To date I have several tons of unpublished work but still just one published book, 500 Great Books by Women, A Reader’s Guide (Viking-Penguin, 1994). This book was the product of an independent study project I began when I was an undergraduate at Antioch University in Seattle, and that I wrote and edited in collaboration with Erica Bauermeister and Holly Smith. You are invited to read my musings about doing this book on my writing page.