I love the unexpected outcomes that handpulled printmaking offers. All of my prints are slightly different, and the quirks and irregularities that are inherent in this art form are endlessly interesting to me. My artwork is made using a variety of traditional printmaking techniques. Each is unique and one of a kind. They are not digital or giclee (inkjet) reproductions. For each piece, the colors are carefully mixed then brushed or rolled by hand onto the plate. After inking, archival cotton rag paper is laid on top and hand printed or rolled through an etching press. This process is repeated many times to produce each piece.