Click on the images below to see my limited edition prints and broadsides. All my prints and broadside are signed and numbered. Some of the prints are proofs which are early impressions from the block that I may have made slight adjustments to before I printed the final impression. These prints are marked with A/P (Artists Proof) in the lower left corner of the print. Other prints are marked with a fraction in the lower left corner. The numerator is the top number and indicates the number assigned to that particular print, and the denominator is the bottom number and this tells you how many prints are in the edition. For instance 6/10 would be the sixth print out of an edition of ten prints.
LIMITED EDITION PRINTS
All my prints are made on my SP15 Vandercook proof press. I typically use end grain maple for my wood engravings and linoleum or plank wood, such as basswood or pine, for my relief prints. I always use acid free rag paper for my prints so that you can be certain the paper is archival. You can learn about my process in my book, The Woodcut Artist's Handbook.