Mt. Tamalpais

Killion began making Japanese-inspired linoleum and wood block prints of Mt. Tamalpais when he was a teenager. In 1975 he collected his first series of small, mostly blue-and-white prints into his first handprinted book "28 Views of Mount Tamalpais". Since then, Killion has produced increasingly colorful woodcuts of Mt. Tam and its environs, many of which are included in "Tamalpais Walking," Killion's 2009 collaboration with poet Gary Snyder. This web page shows Killion's most recent Tamalpais prints first, then moves backwards in time to early images from "28 Views."