Window display from one of Madrid’s many religious icon shops. Mezzotinto. 19.5 x 15 cm.
One of the weirdest and loveliest members of the amazingly diverse Brassica family: Kohlrabi. I had never seen one before I came to Germany. 12.5 x 12.5 cm.
Etching from an old photo of my mom in her back yard in Lincoln, Nebraska. I loved how proudly she is displaying the new doll, and how they are both dressed, and the contrast with their surroundings. Mezzotinto. 15.5 x 20 cm. This is still a work in progress.
Softground etching from 2004. 15 x 21 cm.
Two in a series of drypoint etchings of seashells.
Cimicifuga rubifolia “Kearney”, Kearney’s Bugbane. Once again, the German name (silver candle) beats out the English as more poetic. From the Berlin Botanical Garden. 15 x 20 cm.
“American Giant Aaron’s Rod”…or less dramatically: yellow skunk cabbage. From the spectacular North American section of the Berlin Botanical Garden. 2003. 16 x 12 cm.