The process of monoprinting, for me, is very close to painting, with the tools of ink, mylar, brush, string, paper, a plate and press. The difference is that monoprinting is a quick process, compared to painting, to explore ideas. Variations on a theme are created as forms and colors are laid down, built up, printed, sometimes changed and printed again, creating a series of singular prints

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