Since 2004, Greenfield-Sanders has produced 23 etchings, working with master printers Renee Bott, Pamela Paulson and Jennifer Melby.  In 2008, in collaboration with Paulson Bott Press (now Paulson Fontaine Press) she began printing using a method called “Direct to Plate Photogravure” which more closely mimics the process she uses to create her paintings.

In 2014 Greenfield-Sanders’ etching “Pikes Peak” won the PRIX DE PRINT awarded by Art in Print Magazine juried by Gill Saunders, head of prints of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

All 21 etchings made with Paulson Fontaine Press are in the permanent collections of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and The Museum of Fine Arts Houston.