I am on maternity leave until March 6th. All print purchases will ship when I return. Thank you!

'Waiting for Spring'. Inspired by the future promise of warmer and happier days. Hard times will pass, the rain will come and the earth will bloom once again.


Display this piece within a mat and frame or write a note on the back to send to a loved one that needs a little beauty in their life!



Each print is handmade and unique - color density and details may vary slightly. The prints are signed and titled #/50.
Frame not included.
Handmade with ❤ in Alpine, TX

Waiting for Spring

  • Paper size:

    (Dark Paprika) Approximately 5 in x 7 in

    (Cream) Approximately 8.5 in x 11 in

    (Black) Approximately 9 in x 10.5 in

    Printing method 

    • These prints are made using a hand-carved softkut (speedball) printing block. 
    • Printed, pressed and pulled completely by hand at the artist’s home studio.  
    • Made without solvents or harsh chemicals.  


    Dark Paprika

    • Handmade by Inquisited Studio in Chicago
    • Cotton and Kozo pulp blend
    • Deckle edge, each is unique so please expect some variations

    Black Paper

    • 105 gsm acid-free Awagami Shin Inbe paper.
    • Named after the Inbe clan of Tokushima, Japan, and made by traditional methods with durable hemp fibers, this elegant, resilient, laid paper is extremely light-resistant
    • The paper has a firm consistency, and a beautiful, matte finish. 


    • Cotton rag paper by Stonehenge


    • Gold, Burnt Sienna, and an ombre of Burnt sienna, purple and raw umber by cranfield colors.
    • Made out of linseed oil and light-fast pigments. 
    • Colors may vary depending on your computer screen. 


    • All prints are shipped in a flat packaging (not rolled up) and wrapped inside acid-free paper.
    • The packaging is made out of recycled materials and can be recycled and re-used once again. Completely Plastic free! 
  • Although some prints look great even without a frame, if you wish to make sure that your print stays in the best condition for as long as possible, framing is recommended.

    Avoid high humidity, and make sure that the print doesn’t come into direct contact with the glass - this may cause condensation to build up at the point of contact, leading to yellowing.

    The print should be kept at room temperature, and out of direct sunlight.

    To store your print for an extended period of time, for example in a drawer, wrapping the print in acid-free paper will prevent yellowing.