Roxanne Button's Profile
The word "tuckamore" comes from my home province of Newfoundland, Canada:
Tuk-a-mor (noun): a gnarled, low-lying evergreen tree that grows along the coastline, stunted and slanted by the prevailing winds and whipped by the salt spray.
I am an architect and printmaker living in Western New York, and originally from Newfoundland, Canada, a place which inspires me in my artwork.
I first discovered printmaking while living in Vancouver in 1996, and later studied at the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design.
I have always loved to make things and I love working with paper. Because my architectural work is all done on a computer, I really miss drawing by hand. Printmaking gives me that connection between, as Elbert…
- Joined September 12, 2009