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Happy May Day!

Happy May Day to all my comrades from Entangled Roots Press! To all of you taking to the streets today: stay safe, stand together! And to any of you running into the wild places today I hope you have a beautiful May Day as well. Remember the past, fight for the future. A Garland for […]


Discernible Threat

My newest print “Discernible Threat” has just been added to the store. The piece looks at two seemingly separate issues and movements in order to shine new light on them. The print breaks down two different threats to human life. The first looks at deaths by wolves, an important apex predator and the other at […]


Certain Days Calendar

I forgot to mention before I left for my trip that I was invited to contribute a piece to this years Certain Days calendar. It’s not too late to pick up or order one of these!¬†From the Certain Days¬†website:   Featuring art and writings by: Bec Young, Fanny Aishaa, Robert Lovelace, Kara Sievewright, Arthur J. […]


Resistance Ecology Conference

Today is the beginning of the 2nd annual Resistance Ecology Conference. Tonight is the kick-off art show and gathering at Sweetpea Baking Company (1205 SE Stark St. Portland, Oregon) that begins at 7pm and will run until 10pm. It will be a social get together and will feature art from multiple radical Portland artists. Entangled […]


Exist & Resist in the Never Alone Exhibit

I wanted to remind folks that the Never Alone exhibit is up and live until June 30th. There are many amazing works up by some great artists, including multiple works by folks who are currently incarcerated for defending the Earth. I contributed two pieces, one of which is sold out, but there are currently 5 […]

A Garland for May Day

A Garland for May Day

The night before May Day, I finished a small screen print version of my new print “A Garland for May Day.” This print is based off of the 1895 Walter Crane illustration that you can see HERE. My version’s garland is made of native plants from the Pacific Northwest. From top to bottom is Western […]