I have been printing like a crazy person for the past 9 months in preparation for my show at the Davidson Gallery in Seattle, which opened last Thursday. This is my second show with Davidson, which represents an amazing array of printmakers and is a must-see if you are in the area and interested in printmaking. There is also a painting and sculpture side of the gallery, so it is a great gallery.
Before the opening I was also invited to do a lecture and demo firstly for Seattle Print Arts (SPA) at Print Zero Studios, and then for students at North Seattle Community College. This was organized by Amanda Knowles, an artist whose work I love. Amanda not only gave me a place to stay, and made me feel completely at home, but she also introduced me to some amazing local artists and took me around rainy Seattle for the day. I had a really fabulous time.