Way of the Mountain

Woodblock print, The Way of the Mountain
The Way of the Mountain

Just after light snow in the Rocky Mountains, The Way of the Mountain is a reduction  woodblock print pulled from a single block of basswood; 6.0″ x  8.5″; printed on Somerset paper with oil-based inks. $275. Edition of 25; 

Blue Mountain

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Inspired by a hike in early autumn in Montana.

Blue Mountain is a multi-block woodblock print pulled from six blocks of basswood; 4.0″ x 4.5″; printed on Somerset paper with oil-based inks; $175.
Edition of 15.

First Light, Rocky Mountains

Woodblock print, First Light, Rocky Mountain, after E. Payne
First Light, Rocky Mountains


First Light, Rocky Mountains
, after E. Payne, is a one block reduction print. 5.75″ x 5.75″; printed on Magnani Velata paper. Edition of 12;  Sold Out

Solemn Snow

woodblock print, Solemn Snow
Solemn Snow


Solemn Snow
is a reduction woodblock print pulled from a single block of cherry wood. 6″ x 7.25″; Somerset paper; oil-based inks; $275.
Edition of 15.

Birches, Early Spring

woodblock print of Birches, Early Spring
Birches, Early Spring


Birches, Early Spring
is a reduction woodblock print pulled from a single block of basswood. 5.5″ x 5″; Somerset printing paper; oil-based inks. $180.
Edition of 10; Sold Out.

The Way of September

woodblock print, Way of September
Way of September


The Way of September
is a reduction woodblock print pulled from a single block of basswood; 20″ x 30″; printed on Mulberry paper with oil-based inks; $2100.
Edition of 12.

Stillness of Autumn

woodblock print, Stillness of Autumn
Stillness of Autumn


Stillness of Autumn
is a reduction woodblock print after a painting by Lawren Harris, a member of the Canadian Group of 7, pulled from four blocks of basswood; 6.75″ x 8.75″; printed on Magnani Velata paper with oil-based inks; edition of 50.

Shimmering Waters

woodblock print, Shimmering Waters
Shimmering Waters


Shimmering Waters
is a reduction woodblock print after a painting by Lawren Harris, a member of the Canadian Group of 7, pulled from two blocks of basswood; 6.75″ x 8.75″; printed on Magnani Velata paper with oil-based inks; edition of 50.