One of my favorite art mediums is relief printmaking, either woodcuts or linocuts. Up until this month, I had not yet thought to create a block-print-zine, and by Jove, it worked out swimmingly!
I combed through a dozen of my sketchbooks, scanned my drawings, and created a coloring book. You can see Harriet in action, coloring the pages enthusiastically.
SEABA, or the South End Arts and Business Association of Burlington, VT, awarded me a mini-grant to create an installation for the annual South End Art Hop on Pine Street. I painted this tall illuminated poetry scroll in ink.
The Ladybroad Ledger is a free femme Alt Comics newspaper in Vermont. They produce an annual publication to promote comics by femme and nonbinary Vermont cartoonists. What could be better? I’m a frequent contributor, and I’m pleased to have been included in the most recent issue, which you can find paper copies of around coffee shops, libraries, and bookstores around VT. Here are the comics of mine that they published in this recent issue:
I recently sorted through some of my old silkscreen prints and block-prints, and I found a handful of great pieces!
I wrote a graphic book review on Andrea Lawlor’s Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl, one of my favorite books that I have read in the past few years, and it has now been published in Refuze Review. Check it out here, and below: