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I am a printmaker and painter working in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

I participated in an artist-in-residence program sponsored by the Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory (MI-LAB) studying traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking techniques while living at the base of Mt Fuji.  I fell in love with the traditional tools and natural materials used in mokuhanga. I feel a strong affinity with the contemplative nature of the Japanese aesthetic.

I view my studio practice as an integral part of my spiritual practice as a contemplative Christian. I consider abstraction as the best means for expressing spiritual truths I cannot otherwise articulate.

My work has been exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the US as well as in Japan.  I am represented by Hecho a Mano Gallery in Santa Fe.

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