At the suggestion of Bill Flynn, longtime professor at the School at the Museum of Fine Arts, and my drawing instructor, I took a generic print-making class. Bill thought it might help me with my self-identified goal of making my work less fussy, and more direct. I don't know that it has worked that well at my initial goal, but it got me in the door of media I have come to enjoy immensely - woodcut and etching. Here are some of the fruits of that exploration.

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Bonnie Vernon
Dr Karim
Grief in Fallujah
Sept 11 Firefighter
Darfur refugee
Kathmandu witness
Mangrove planter - Eritrea
Samuel Barnes
Wicked smart, wicked fast
AIDS orphan


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