Monotype Printmaking

by Barbara Kuzara
What is a Monotype?

Often the terms monotype and monoprint are used interchangeably, however, there is a big difference between a monotype and monoprint. A monotype is essentially a ONE of a kind original. It is one printed image which does not have any form of matrix.  A monoprint has some form of basic matrix.  The printmaking process of creating a monotype and monoprint is basically the same, but when doing monotypes, the artist works on a clean unetched plate.
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  • Under Pressure
  • Self Destruct
  • The Human Condition
  • Dancers Step
  • Writings on the Wall
  • Scrapbook Memories, Music and My Muse
  • Shadow Play
  • Dimensions of the Imagination
  • On the Way to Somewhere
  • Echo in the Desert
  • Broken Landscape
  • Deciphering an Idea
  • Seated Woman and Retrospect
  • Drifting
  • Friday Night Sunset
  • Lost Element
  • Momentary Space
  • Perceptive Mind Rearranged
  • Strange Formations in the Sky
  • Out of Context
  • Returned to Sender
  • Mystery
  • Titanium Dream
  • Through the Ages

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