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


Click on an image below for more information. May 25, 2012, #1May 25th, 2012 #2May 25th, 2012, #3May 25th, 2012, #8May 25th, 2012, #10May 25th, 2012, #11May 25th, 2012, #12At Play 1At Play 2At Play 3At Play 4At Play 5Constructions 1Constructions 2Constructions 3Constructions 4Constructions 6Constructions 7Constructions 8Constructions 9Constructions 11Simple Constructions 1Simple Constructions 2Simple Constructions 4Simple Constructions 3Small Constructions 4Fifth Day 1Monoprint-Between #11Monoprint-Between #12Monoprint-Between #15Monoprint-Between #20Rhythm Variations 2Rhythm Variations #3