This is a hand-made linocut print of a shallot and shallot slices. This image was hand carved into lino rubber and then ink rolled and printed on archival quality paper. Purple Oil-based ink on brown paper. 8"x8"
I started out in photography, but during the pandemic I began making linocut prints. I find the process of printmaking meditative - the repetitive motions and careful attention to each piece bring my mind to stillness. My work first explored recreating my own photographs, and now has expanded to include feminist themes and explorations of the feminine occult/sacred.