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One way to monoprint

There are lots of ways to create monoprints. I learned a fun way to do it in a workshop with Karlyn Holman a couple years ago. I’ve used this process to create probably more than 100 paintings by now. I’ve done series of flowers, vegetables an fruits, portraits, birds, and most recently I have come up with a new series I’m calling “Absurdity Birdity“.

I’ve found this process to be really versatile and fun, as well as freeing. You end up with smears and marks from the ink, and the collage paper ends up in places you don’t expect. This gives you the opportunity to “make it work”. I find it challenging and I feel some of my best work has come from this process.

I thought it would be fun to show how to do it.

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