Here's some recent material- I'll post a few slightly more ambitious works soon.
This first piece is an etching (using ferric chloride to burn the living tarnation out of copper plates). It's based on a tribal tradition (Malecite nation) of painting a pipe-smoking rabbit on one side of their canoe. They'd paint a lynx on the other side- and the juxtaposition was meant to represent grace and courage in the face of peril.
I've substituted a 'bobcat' for the lynx in this composition.
One of the lovely things about print is that it's the most democratic of art forms- a nice balance between individuality and replicability. Which is to say- I'll be producing an edition of 30 of each of these, and selling them at $25.00. Contact me if you're interested in one of these.