I was born in 1975. Before the age of two, I had lived in Tanzania, Iceland, Nova Scotia, and Detroit, as my father was an underwater welder for a Canadian shipping firm. Then we moved to Olympia. I wanted to be an ornithologist, but was better at drawing than scientific inquiry. I’’ve never been on a waterslide. I was, however, part of the world’s longest banana split. My favorite books are The Big Orange Splot and My Antonia and Flappy The Circus Seal. I live in a cabin overlooking the Puget Sound with two dogs and two cats and one human. I walk in the woods every day. I saw a whale in our inlet but nobody believes me. It took me 12 years to graduate from college. Go figure.
Hand-set letterpress prints, made using reclaimed paper at Community Print in Olympia. they are 8 1/2 x 11″, and framed in simple wood. Artist website: http://www.sarahutter.com
Prints $20 Each