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Never Ending

January 15 - March 14, 2015
International Print Center New York
New York, NY

April 10 - May 9, 2015
Open Studio Contemporary Printmaking Centre
Toronto, ON

November 1 - December 10, 2016
Lamont Gallery
Exeter, New Hampshire

Never Ending

Ink on Masa Paper
Double sided, linocut printed on Mobius Strips
6 x 9 x 14"

This piece is made up of 15 Möbiusstrips (the never-ending band) of varying lengths that fit together as a sculpture.
The life of an artist is never-ending because the work lives on when the artist dies. The piece was inspired by the death of a
Canadian artist, Jeannie Thib. The Möbius strips are printed front and back (linocut) with patterns that link together.
Much of my recent work has to deal with links and interconnectedness.


Installation New York


Installation New York

Never-Ending II

Ink on Masa Paper
Linocut and Paper Engineering


Now and Forever
Used Motor Oil and Ink on Paper
Linocut and Paper Engineering

18 x 9 x 5”
46 x 23 x 13cm



This piece is five interlocked mobius strips (the never-ending strip) that symbolize the
never-ending impact of an oil spill as the contaminants enter the water cycle and ecosystems. I used motor oil and ink to
print the pieces. The oil keeps changing the paper, eating away at its integrity. It does not smell anymore but does evolve week to week.