Monotypes

Monotypes are known as the most painterly method of the printmaking techniques; they are essentially printed paintings. The monotype is made by transferring an oil or ink painting from a metal or plexiglass plate onto paper. Only one transfer or impression is made, so no two monotypes are alike. The beauty of this medium is its spontaneity and combination of printmaking, painting and drawing.

  • Baltimore House Fall
    Baltimore House Fall, monotype, 12 x 16 inches