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The selection of prints on this page were mainly inspired by residencies at Woody Point, NL near Gros Morne Park and in Grates Cove. The remarkable geology of the area reflected in small stones and larger rocks with colours often seen to best advantage when soaked with salt spray of the ocean inspired this work which led to a solo exhibition called "Wild Shores"  2016, at Gerrard Art Space, Toronto. Additionally, I observed and made prints referring to the man-made structures such as abandoned clapboard homes, and settler-made drystone walls, and abandoned sea implements, structures which contrasted with the surrounding wilderness.  This series of mokuhanga prints were amongst the largest I have completed in my career . There are also several prints which used silk screen to achieve photographic detail, contrasted to the watery flatness of mokuhanga surfaces.

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