the process

This section provides information on some of the processes used in creating the art at the time it was created. Since products change they may be no longer available. Digital Art Studio: Techniques for combining inkjet printing with traditional art materialsby Karin Schminke, Bonny Lhotka and Dorothy Simpson Krause was published by Watson-Guptill in 2004. It contains information on some of these and additional experimental processes. Some of the events and activities where the art was made, shown or discussed can be seen at the Digital Atelier website. Use the links to manufacturers and distributors websites for specific product information.

The Guild of Bookworkers included my article, written during the pandemic,  Revisiting Travel Journals While Sheltering in Place, in Volume 51 of their Journal. Since 1997 I’ve averaged two journals a year, exploring concepts related to the places I visited, incorporating ephemera gathered along the way and giving my travels an underlying purpose.

Information on some of my processes including mixed media, pigment prints, UV flatbed prints, transfer prints, emulsion transfer prints and lenticular prints.