|Dale Enochs. Dialogue. Linocut on paper. Ready for a frame and a place in my house!|
|Dale Enochs. Elemental Indiana (detail), Limestone and metal.|
|Dale Enochs. Breakaway. Coated metal. A 20% scale maquette for an installation at the Bloomington (Indiana) Transit Center.|
|Dale Enochs. Heart of Stone. Limestone. (In background, Dale Enochs. Water Lily. Woodcut on paper)|
|Dale Enochs. Heart of the Matter, Relief print on paper.|
|Dale Enochs. Water Lily. Woodcut on paper.|
Finally Enochs appreciates the practicality and freedom that printmaking provides. Now that his press is in service, when carving a block he needs only small tools and a table — no fork-lifts required. Much of his sculptural work is done with commissions and many of these are publicly funded. Creating a new print requires no RFPs, and allows his ideas to be communicated directly from the printing plate to paper.