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In 2002 I received a scholarship to study printmaking with Lisa Mackie at Anderson Ranch in Aspen, CO. Over the years, many people had commented that my paintings were reminiscent of monoprints, so I assumed printmaking would be a natural crossover for me. I was wrong. Having only ever painted, I struggled to find my own creative voice in print. During lectures, however, I incessantly doodled. Upon learning a method of printmaking in which Xeroxes could be used in place of traditional plates, my spontaneous doodles were (voila!) transformed into whimsical prints.


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