In 1994, while still living in the United States, in my home and studio, overlooking the straits of Juan de Fuca on the Pacific Northwest’s Olympic Peninsula, sleeping close to my lovely French/American etching press, venturing into various creative activities that have sustained me for a lifetime, I created Marrowstone Arts, an entity that promoted poetry & art and exhibitions for friends who were then young emerging artists.

By 2007, in another country, another culture, Marrowstone Arts became Marrowstone Press,  a small imprint entity publishing a cross-pollination of image and word, of art and poetry. After all, art is poetry. And poetry is art.