Loyalsock Creek


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“Blood Moon / Silver Coin” – This scene is at the confluence of a Loyalsock Creek and the Susquehanna River, in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania between Williamsport and Montoursville.

Near this particular spot, 300 years ago, there was a bustling native village called Otstonwakin, that was “lost” and later found via archaeological excavations a decade ago.

I’ve hand printed a numbered and limited edition of 15 of these on thinner natural colored paper, and have also printed separate open edition on heavier white mixed media paper.


This print will be labeled and signed in pencil on the front of the print.

For linocuts, each block is hand-carved with various carving tools. After carving, to create a print, ink is rolled onto the block surface with a roller (brayer) and then the paper is applied and hand-burnished to transfer the ink to the paper.

My prints are printed with water-based ink on Canson or Strathmore acid-free paper. Each piece is titled and signed in pencil on the front. If you’d prefer an unsigned or unlabeled print, let me know, since that’s possible for most prints.

Each linoleum block is hand-carved and each print is hand-printed, which means there may be variations in texture or color between prints. This is a unique characteristic of the medium and part of the charm of linocut prints.

You will receive the print unframed, in a plastic sleeve, inside a cardboard mailer envelope.