Down the Gatineau
Laser Engraved Woodcut Print on Paper, 3’ x 6’, 2017 

Down the Gatineau explores the history of logging and its impacts on the landscape surrounding the Gatineau River in Quebec. It asks questions about the nature of resource extraction and how it changes the landscapes we live in. This work explores the contrast of digital and analog through the use of laser engraving and the traditional method of woodcut relief printing. It explores the relationship between the precision of digital creation and the organic nature of working with wood.

Printed during a residency at Gravity Press Experimental Printshop, North Adams, MA. Presented in:
Water - A Multimedia Art Show, 1313 Hollis Gallery, Halifax, NS - 2020
En Chair et En Bois, La Salle Jeanne Vanasse du Cégep de Trois-Rivières, Biennale international
d’estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivières,Trois-Rivières, QC - 2017
En chair et en bois: Steamroller Printmaking Event, Biennale internationale d’estampe
contemporaine de Trois-Rivières,Trois-Rivières, QC - 2017