Two Apple Trees, Field Farm is one of a series of experimental drypoint prints.  This one was made by the plate being inked entirely with a water-soluble artists crayon.  It was subsequently dipped in a water bath to give a more painterly effect.

one of a variable edition on drypoint prints

Two Apple Trees, Field Farm



Snowy Day at Field Farm

This drypoint engraving was inspired by the apple trees at Field Farm in Williamstown, MA and was done as a class demonstration.  The print was made with pthalo green Akua intaglio ink and printed on BFK Rives.

watercolor of ivy-covered trees on Pochet Road in E. Orleans

Pochet Road Trees

This watercolor was done on a snowy winters day in East Orleans.  The trees and ground were covered with English ivy, giving the landscape a green and white aspect.

collagraph in grey watercolor of cherry tree

Cherry Tree, East Orleans

This is one of a series of collagraphs depicting a venerable cherry tree in East Orleans.  It was created using a silhouette cut from Yupo that was then painted with watercolors.

Red Trees

“Red Trees” is a reduction monotype made with Akua intaglio inks on laminated Asian paper. After the initial pull, it was run through the press once more with a translucent golden glaze applied to the plate.


trees in East Orleans

Trees, East Orleans, MA

Like the watercolor “Pochet Road Trees,” the print “Trees, East Orleans, MA” was inspired by English Ivy covered trees across the street from a friend’s home.  It is a monotype, printed on Asian paper.