The upcoming solo show in Napa Valley will run from October 1 through October 31 at the St. Helena Public Library, with an opening reception and artist’s talk on October 10 at 7 p.m. The show will consist of my latest woodcuts, including the 14 ft. long installation of “Generation.” Consisting of six panels, this woodcut portrays a series of high and low pressure systems starting at Mt. Everest, the generation point, and oscillating over the northern Pacific Ocean until ultimately determining the direction of the winds at the San Francisco coast.
The large 6-color reduction woodcut “Orinda Fog” will be exhibited at the 7th Annual California Centered Printmaking Exhibition, running April 17 through June 28 in Merced, CA. “California Centered” is a juried exhibition series hosted by the Merced County Arts Council. I’m also working on a 14′ long woodcut that I hope to finish in time for a one-person show in St. Helena, CA, coming up in October of this year.