The Stations of the Raven
The Stations of the Raven describes the natural history of the Corvus corax, the common raven, including behaviors such as courtship, caching, and teamwork.
The design for each of the stations is loosely inspired by my love of old manuscripts and traditions of illumination, including Persian, Byzantine, and Celtic manuscripts.
I create each individual print in the series one at a time by inking my carved block and then cranking it through my etching press. The print is hung up to dry and then hand painted, making each print a unique artwork with slight variations.
The Stations of the Raven are available individually or in a collector’s edition of all twelve stations.
Click on a Station to read a story about the raven behavior that inspired the image.
The image size for all stations is
9.5 x 13 inches.