Work in Progress

May 26, 2015
Prints for "horse head"

Prints for “horse head”

Head in progress

Head in progress

Feet for sculpture


Front Runners

May 26, 2015
Front Runners (or Nobody Wants to Be the Horse's Ass)

Front Runners (or Nobody Wants to Be the Horse’s Ass)

August 5, 2010

This is the front door of the graphics studio on Ulica Humberta (Humbert Street).

Working in Krakow during my sabbatical

August 4, 2010

Woodblock in progress

Working in the woodcut studio at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts, I developed a reduction woodcut. This image shows the woodblock I used with the carving in progress. In the upper left, you can see the sketch that I worked from. I drew that image the previous night in a popular Kazimierz bar called Alchemia.

New Woodcut

March 18, 2010

“Colossus,” Reduction Color Woodcut, 2010

Gallery Representation and Upcoming Shows

February 11, 2010

The 13 Forest Gallery in Arlington ( exhibited my work in a 3-person show entitled “Transition of Power.” The show included the works of David Curcio and Rachel Mello. It was displayed in January and February of 2009. Marc Gurton is the curator of 13 Forest. The gallery continues to hold onto work of mine for viewing.

In June/July, I will be exhibiting my work in two venues. The first is a group show with Beth Dacey, Tasha Cough, and Brian Anderson at the California Muse Gallery in Natick, MA ( This gallery is owned and operated by Dianne Sullivan.

My second show in June/July is a solo exhibition at the Artists at Large Gallery in the Riverside Theatre Works in Hyde Park. The curator for Artists at Large ( is Thomas C. Seggers, Jr. (aka Tommey).

“Three Chances,” Etching, 2008

February 11, 2010

“Tale of the Water Moccasin,” 2007

Woodcut on Mulberry paper

Information about Marc Cote

February 11, 2010

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Welcome to CoteStudio

February 11, 2010

“Joined Snake,” 2009

Woodblock prints on mulberry paper laminated to birch. The birch logs are connected with an old, rusty chain and wooden dowels.