A collection of my fine art and jewelry is at the Johnston Gallery in beautiful Mineral Point, Wisconsin. You may find these items there, plus new, unlisted pieces. Open daily all year 10am-5pm at 245 High St – www.johnstongallery.com

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  • Find this piece at the Johnston Gallery in historic Mineral Point, Wisconsin

    Copper tree roots presented on a handmade hammered copper chain. A two-way hook clasp allows for easily adjustable length. Textured with a dark patina.

    total weight: 1.1 oz
    weight of pendant only: .7 oz
    length of chain: 22.5 inch
    pendant height: 4.5 cm
    pendant width: 5.5 cm
    pendant depth: .25 cm

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  • Find this piece at the Johnston Gallery in historic Mineral Point, Wisconsin

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with watercolor, oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 12″x12″x1.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image – This Is Not A Plant – is an original artwork that is part of the Manifold Self series, which is my exploration of the performance of personae; how we craft ourselves, how others see us, how our stories are contextual and shifting, and the interesting tensions and contradictions that all this creates. Enthusiastic credit for the title goes to Michel Foucault (This is not a Pipe).

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • Find this piece at the Johnston Gallery in historic Mineral Point, Wisconsin

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with watercolor, oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 12″x12″x1.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image is an original artwork that is part of the Mother series.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • Find this piece at the Johnston Gallery in historic Mineral Point, Wisconsin

    Trace Visions / 001

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 11″x14″x.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image is an original artwork that is part of the Trace Visions series, based on a photograph that I took in southwestern Kansas in 2017. The series explores my fascination with weathered, abandoned buildings and the human intentions that shaped them but are constantly succumbing to the marks of nature. They have me imagining old stories and personalities that struggle for relevance even as they relinquish control and allow themselves to be changed. The textures that emerge on the cusp of birth/death/transformation are to me the most beautiful.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • Find this piece at the Johnston Gallery in historic Mineral Point, Wisconsin

    Trace Visions / 002

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 11″x14″x.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image is an original artwork that is part of the Trace Visions series, based on a photograph that I took near the New Mexico / Colorado border in 2017. The series explores my fascination with weathered, abandoned buildings and the human intentions that shaped them but are constantly succumbing to the marks of nature. They have me imagining old stories and personalities that struggle for relevance even as they relinquish control and allow themselves to be changed. The textures that emerge on the cusp of birth/death/transformation are to me the most beautiful.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • Find this piece at the Johnston Gallery in historic Mineral Point, Wisconsin

    Trace Visions / 003

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 11″x14″x.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image is an original artwork that is part of the Trace Visions series, based on a photograph that I took somewhere in southwestern Kansas in 2017. The series explores my fascination with weathered, abandoned buildings and the human intentions that shaped them but are constantly succumbing to the marks of nature. They have me imagining old stories and personalities that struggle for relevance even as they relinquish control and allow themselves to be changed. The textures that emerge on the cusp of birth/death/transformation are to me the most beautiful.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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