Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Adirondack Drying Rack

Couple a recycled screens in the cooker. After stripping the old screens of ink and emulsion, they are dehazed, degreased, recoated with emusion, allowed to dry, burned with new images and blasted with water until they finally come to rest in the Adirondack Drying Rack.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Snow crabby

Gettin' crabby with the copper.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Ferry alternative

My cartoon for the Northeast Avalon Times! Pick one up! The poor old Bell Island ferry seems to be forever up on cinder blocks.

Thursday, January 28, 2016


I'm no baker but I made some shortbread cookies during Christmas. Before polishing off the last of them, I took a few pix and made this little painting. (Oil on plywood, 12"x12")

Monday, January 11, 2016

Still life

Had a painting session at a friend's place tonight which resulted in this little still life over the course of 2 hours. See how healthy I'm painting? All that fruit. But who am I kidding ... I'll be painting pizza slices before the end of the month.

Monday, December 28, 2015


This little painting of Harley, a much loved and much missed Goldendoodle, was a Christmas present to his family. (12"x12", oil on plywood)

Monday, November 23, 2015

Life drawing

Trying to switch my brain out of production mode... I think the lever might be stuck. Rifling through some drawings made at Group of '77 life drawing two years ago... need to get back to those sessions.

Monday, November 16, 2015

Pink Eye and Printers' Fair

Big thanks to everyone who came by the Craft Council Craft Fair this past week! I'm looking forward to being at these two great events this coming weekend: Pink Eye Autumn Art Sale on Saturday and the annual Printers' Fair on Sunday. Both are happening at The Rocket (upstairs in the studio space), Water Street, St. John's. I'll have my t-shirts and linocuts at both these events.

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Tuxedo final

I finished printing the second colour on the "Tuxedo" linocut earlier today and promptly continued cutting the plate for the third and final colour. Here's a proof. I'm happy with it. So the next 24 hours will be a frenzy of printing so I can do packaging on Tuesday and have them ready for the Craft Fair on Wednesday evening (Jack Byrne Arena, Torbay, Nov. 11-15). I haven't done a final tally yet but I'm expecting to have around 50 prints in the run.

Monday, November 2, 2015

Tuxedo linocut, 2nd colour

This is a frantic week of making and packaging. On the making side of things, I'm working on this linocut "Tuxedo." I pulled this quick proof of the 2nd colour tonight. Hoping to have this available next week at the Craft Council Craft Fair at the Jack Byrne arena in Torbay, NL (Nov. 11-15).

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Copper tree in progress

Working on some copper trees this week. Trees have been my go-to doodle since childhood so making these is a lot of fun. This pic is is a detail of the larger piece.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Faux swag

Hot off the press... some faux swag for a long defunct Newfoundland enterprise, the Superior Rubber Company.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Clean screens

Several hours today were spent on the glamorous job of rejuvenating old screens. Stripped of emulsion, dehazed, degreased with a power wash between each. New emulsion going on tonight and they'll be ready for new designs tomorrow. Time to order more t-shirts!

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Big City Reflections #1

Sometimes you've got to stop everything and do something off the wall. This is one of those somethings. I'm calling it "Big City Reflections #1". It's copper and aluminum on masonite, 11"x14". No antiquing on this one... polished and buffed au naturel.

Thursday, September 17, 2015


Some recent cartoons for the Northeast Avalon Times.


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