Mimi carves each of her striking images in a linoleum block, then impresses the inked carving onto the paper using the back of a wooden spoon.
Her work has a relational aesthetic and often a narrative in a single frame; full of life, nature and relationships — the title of each piece gives you just enough to set the story.
We've made high-quality digital reproductions of her original linocut prints that keep the excellent colors and depth of the original works. The images are printed full-bleed with no border.
Expertly printed with an 11-ink fade-resistant color process on a smooth, enhanced archival matte paper creating rich blacks and vibrant colors by the Land Gallery in Portland, Oregon.