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.
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.
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.
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” 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.
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.