I spent early April in Massachusetts. First was a week-long stint at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Here I worked with faculty members making images combining digital prints, laser engraved woodblocks and lithography plus a variety of techniques including paper dyeing, charcoal and shellac. Massive thanks to John Schulz for organizing the gig. Also thanks to Michelle Samour and her paper making class who made some beautiful Kozo paper for me. And thanks to master printer Carolyn Muskat for her lithographic expertise. And lastly, to the many students I met and worked alongside in the printshop.
I also attended my two-person show with Therese Zemlin at Phillips Andover Academy's Gelb Gallery in Andover, MA Here I talked to students in a painting and drawing class and gave an opening talk with Therese. Major thanks to Therese for setting all this up and to all the wonderful faculty and students at PA.