I became obsessed about printmaking while I was in college, making etchings, screenprints and monoprints. These mediums are extremely hard to master because the work is indirect. One works on a plate or matrix, which is then printed. One has to conceptualise and work in non-intuitive ways. I resumed making prints in 1999 and since then I have made lithographs, linocuts and screenprints. Something that appeals is getting original art into the hands of collectors for modest prices.
All of the prints are signed and numbered. There are no reprints. Once the edition is sold, it is gone for good.s, often inspired by the natural world or personal experiences. These subjects are then transformed into art through a combination of traditional and innovative printmaking techniques.