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ArtZINE April 2018-Rabbit Hash, KY

April 23, 2018 was our  8th monthly Art Zine in Rabbit Hash, KY. Our theme was – I REMEMBER WHEN. Here are the pages. Click any of the images (or right here)to see /download/print all the pages from the zine (including the 26 different hand painted covers).

If you’d like to download and print your own copy of our zine, a printable PDF of the zine here:!AtHTtTOFjtUTpAXO4oRsmRZQrPK6

thanks everyone for participating! May’s ArtZINE will be in Mt. Sterling, KY  (date and location still TBD) our theme is ‘NEVER AGAIN’



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April ArtZine: Rabbit Hash, KY – preview

We just completed our 8th ArtZine. Since September, we have visited a different small town to make a magazine about a different theme. Monday, April 23rd, we met in the Rabbit Hash Historical District to create work around the theme: I remember when…

There was an overwhelming turnout (over 26 participants!) From different parts of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. It’ll take a few days until we publish the online edition, but here is a short (less than 2 minute) video preview. It features some of the different hand painted covers, as well as this month’s entries.


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people will never forget how you made them feel

I’m part of a project, called artZine. Each month, visiting artists collaborate with the community of a different small town to create a self published magazine. each month, there is a theme. April’s artZine will be on the 23rd, and our theme is “I remember when…”

this activity is free and open to the public. April 23rd, at the barn in Rabbit Hash, KY. There is still time to draw, paint, write, print, or create an entry however you are inspired. We’ll meet from 10-4pm.

for my entry, I chose to make a linocut of Maya Angelou’s famous quote because it illustrates the abstraction of memory, and the importance of kindness. Rabbit Hash, KY.


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Reduction Print – April 16, 2016 -Ripley, Ohio

This video shows a little bit of what goes on during the 2 weeks it took to make this reduction woodcut of a river village (Ripley, OH) on the Ohio River.

My background as an artist is in many mediums, but primarily painting. This project is part of an experiment to see if I can print similar to the way I paint.

Because the block is destroyed as part of the printing process, there is only a very limited edition of 12 available.