Monday, June 18, 2012

Permanent Ephemera! A new Call for Entries from Four Oceans Press.


Permanent Ephemera! is a collection of Broadsides meant to be saved and cherished. The focus of  this show is on story telling, beyond that the subject matter is open. Send us your artwork!

This show is open to all artists working in any printmaking media. Check out the details of this exhibition below and send us your work.

This is a combination art show and exchange. Please see details carefully since this show is a bit different than our previous exchanges.

How it Works!

Permanent Ephemera! is an art show and exchange. Each artist will send three prints.

  • 1st print is for the archive - We keep one and store it for posterity.
  • 2nd print is for sale in the show -  We try to sell it and give you your share.
  • 3rd print is for the exchange - We trade one of your prints with a print by another artist and send it back to you.

At the end of the show, you will get back your print or a check and a print by another artist. Those are the basics. Sign up and send us your Broadsides.

JANUARY 31st, 2013

EXHIBITION DATES:June 1 –  30, 2013

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Added my first Kindle book to Amazon a few weeks ago. I am currently listed as #5. Please, help me stay there.Click the link and like it on Amazon and tell your friends...

'Maps' is a hand made artist book. It is the story of how maps shape up and how maps affect our daily lives. I wrote 'Maps' while driving home from work one day. It was inspired by many road trips. This is the first e-version...

 Find the Kindle version or paper version on Amazon.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Walking the Golden Gate Bridge...

This is my fifth print of the year. I think it is one of my best so far...

The bridge is empty in this image, but most days of the week, you can find hundreds of people walking across...

8 x 10, Black oil based ink on Rice Paper, Edition: 10 
On Etsy!


My forth Print of the year...

Thursday, January 26, 2012

2012 Prints

My goal is to make one new print a week!

Thursday, January 05, 2012

Chi Wara

Clay is still wet.
My latest Chi Wara (Antelope) sculpture. A little bit more carving and it is ready for the kiln. It stands about 14 inches high.

Clay is dry. I am still carving.