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Baby in a Car Seat Bounty Cake On a Table Cats Comet Over New Hampshire

Coming Home Cottage Garden Motherhood Nursing Olivia Painting

Musical Angels Reading in the Tub Rooster Talking to the BabyThe Zen of Ironing

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Wood Engraving

In 1982, an exhibit called Three New Hampshire Wood Engravers: Nora Unwin, Herbert Waters, and Randy Miller at the Sharon Arts Center changed my life. I fell in love with the work of these artists and wood engraving in general.

Here are some of my prints dealing with themes of motherhood and family. Having children has helped me to see the world from a child's point of view, to notice the beauty in small moments, and to be more appreciative of all I have.

Each engraving is printed by hand on an acid-free handmade Japanese paper called Sekishu using Daniel Smith Oil Based Relief Ink #79 Traditional Black.

Please click any thumbnail to view the full engraving with price listed. Shipping costs are additional. See Contact for information on ordering.