While engraving has been used as a decorative element for centuries, it is also one of the earliest forms of printing. Belonging to the "intaglio" family of printmaking, these prints are created when lines or dots are cut into a plate of copper with the graver. Ink is then applied to the plate and wiped away from the surface while remaining in the grooves. Damp paper is then pressed onto the plate and into the grooves. The result is a mirror image of whatever was engraved onto the copper plate.  

Inspired by my travels and experiences, I create images that have a unique blend of contemporary life, antiquity, and Americana. 


Prints Available for Purchase

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