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   Note: Event details and Participation may change without notice. These are events that I, personally, am hosting and/or attending, or as a member with a particular group as indicated. I try to keep updated in time.

NOTICE:  Living History page is going through some updating issues.  Please refer to my MBLC Library Performers Directory page for another way to see listings in the meantime:

New Email Address:

I started a Youtube channel:

** Special Announcement:  I recently completed a full-size replica hand-engraved copperplate of Revere’s “Bloody Massacre”.  On March 7, I was printing at the Printing Office of Edes & Gill on our replica wooden rolling press, essentially printing nearly exactly the way Revere did with nearly identical materials and equipment for the first time in 250 years.  Hand-printed, hand-colored prints of the Boston Massacre are now available at the Printing Office.  Please note because these are all printed & colored by my hand, re-stocking takes me a few days. - Printing Office of Edes & Gill - Faneuil Hall, Boston MA



            Artwork also available at:

- The Printing Office of Edes & Gill, Faneuil Hall Boston

Online Shop

- National Gallery Framing & Gifts,  Felters Mill, Millbury MA

- Museum Of Printing, Haverhill MA

- TheHistoryList online store

As always, my Art Studio is available by appointment and I can take sales online!


(4/2021) I've been trying, in vain, to re-vamp my entire website, but having all kinds of problems.  Alternate references to MBLC Directory, CreativeGround, and my Facebook & Instagram.

(8/29) I was interviewed by Lisa Shea with ValleyCAST (Blackstone Valley) online at my art studio in Whitinsville:

(3/10/20) 250th Anniversary special edition, hand-engraved & colored Boston Massacre prints are now being printed, colored and made available at the Printing Office.  A small number of prints are intended to also be available soon at the Museum of Printing in Haverhill.


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