Time-lapse video

I made this time-lapse video of a paper-cutting’s creation. Enjoy!


Monhegan… The Muse in Waterville, ME


Monhegan… the Muse: Selected Works from the Lupine Gallery collection

I have four pieces in this remarkable group show, featuring some of my all-time favorite artists. Additionally, my band Tiger Saw will be performing at the opening reception.

Monhegan has inspired generations of artists like the Wyeths, Rockwell Kent, Lynne Drexler, Edward Hopper, George Bellows, and many more. Its illuminating light and beautiful landscape with a working waterfront inspire endless opportunities for artists to paint or create.

CSA is honored to host this exhibition featuring selected works from the Lupine Gallery from Monhegan Island, Maine.

Artists displaying during this exhibition are: Sylvia Alberts, Carol Aronson-Shore, Kevin Beers, Alice Boynton, Frank Bruckmann, Ralph Bush, Kate Cheney Chappell, Rick Daskam, Lynne Drexler, Ralf Feyl, Sears Gallagher, Susan Gilbert, Alison Hill, Emil Holzhauer, Jessica Lee Ives, Elena Jahn, David Kasman, Bruce Kornbluth, Frances Kornbluth, Glen Krause, Nicholas Luisi, William Manning, William McCartin, Kate McGloughlin, Leo Meissner, Dylan Metrano, Stan Moeller, Zero Mostel, Paul Niemiec, Daphne Pulsifer, Carol Raybin, Elmer Rising, Arline Simon, Mike Stiler, Don Stone, Caleb Stone, and Michael E. Vermette.

Come enjoy this rare opportunity when Monhegan comes to the mainland at Common Street Arts.

Reception,Thursday, January 28, 5-7pm, featuring Tiger Saw performing songs from their new CD: Horn Hill, recorded on Monhegan Island. (listen below)


FREE and open to the public

The Exhibition runs through February 27, 2016
Gallery is open Wednesday-Friday 12pm-5pm
Saturday: 10am-1pm or by appointment

For more information: info@commonstreetarts.org
207-872-ARTS or 207-400-1124

Craft Fix, November 29


I’ll have some original artwork, calendars, and cards at Craft Fix in Kittery, ME on November 29th. This is the only craft fair I’m doing this year, so come on down and say hi!


“Chickadee wears a wee black cap.
Jay is loud and bold.
Nuthatch perches upside-down.
Finch is clothed in gold.”

Young readers are fascinated with birds in their world. Every Day Birds helps children identify and learn about common birds. After reading Every Day Birds, families can look out their windows with curiosity–recognizing birds and nests and celebrating the beauty of these creatures!

Every Day Birds focuses on twenty North American birds, with a poem and descriptions written by Amy Ludwig VanDerwater and beautiful paper-cuttings by first-time picture book illustrator Dylan Metrano. Interesting facts about each bird are featured in the back of the book.

This book comes out February 23, 2016! It’s available for pre-order at Amazon.

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White Heron poster series

I designed a series of posters for White Heron‘s summer concert series! Check out a show if you’re near Portsmouth, NH. Some great performers!

PechaKucha in Biddeford


I’ll be one of the presenters at Engine‘s PechaKucha Night on April 8th, 2015. I’ll be talking about papercutting, my influences, and techniques.

265 Main Street, #103, Biddeford, ME 04005

Jason Molina book

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Jason Molina was a great, largely unsung, singer-songwriter from Ohio, who released a multitude of albums between 1996 and 2009. The music he made as Songs: Ohia, Magnolia Electric Co., and under his own name deeply connected to and influenced listeners throughout the world.
Meet Me Where We Survive is a collection of three interviews that I did with Jason Molina between 1998 and 2002. The interviews are long out of print, and are collected here for the first time. This book is illustrated with my original cut-paper portraits of Molina.

Order HERE.

Portland, ME in March

I’m taking part in a four-person art show at Mayo Street Arts in Portland, ME from March 12-31, 2015. The show will feature new work from Jarid del Deo, Hilary Irons, Christopher Patch, and myself. The opening reception is Thursday, March 12 from 6-8pm, and will feature the music of Drab Pony. (Listen below) I hope to see you there.