Reduction Linocut

 I have never done a reduction lino-cut, so I kept it simple.
3 color, and I printed a bunch so I can throw away the ones that didn't work out.

I also kept it pretty tiny, only 5 inch square.
With the reduction technique, you really need to plan the plate. So my sketch included tracing paper to depict the layers of the plate.

I have this awesome little print registration get up that was made by my Dad many years ago.

And here is the result.  It was only an edition of 12.

Dogs love to sleep in the summer (and the winter, come to think of it).

© Heidi Younger


Coffee Calendar 2021

Available for sale on my Etsy shop SOON.    © Heidi Younger

Perfect gift for the coffee lover in your life.

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Rest in Peace my Dear Friend

March 29 heaven received a new angel. My dear friend Joe passed quietly that night. It was sudden, he was home. He felt good as his text said 2 days earlier.

He has been a constant friend through out the decades.
A world traveler, always open to new experiences.
He loved life.



Blue Lagoon Iceland
He will be missed.


Happy New Year 2020

Its the year of the RAT! Happy Lunar New Year 2020.

© Heidi Younger


NY Times

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Procreate doodle

It seems I can't make up my mind, and why should I? Just doodling is part of the process of creating.
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October Days fall 2019

Took my MICA Sophomore Illustration class to Baltimore's Garden.

We do posters from this experience that get exhibited in Jan-Feb 2020.

I always enjoy coming to the botanical gardens. It's a small place, but filled with textures and colors and varying sizes.  Gardeners are such amazing artists.

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Photos taken with my iphone.

Sophomore 1 class Fall 2019

Sophomore 1 class Fall 2019

Back at the studio

collage workshop