These prints are process oriented. Starting with a gelatin plate and acrylic paint, I use a wide variety of materials to make texture, stencils, and masks to create layers of paint, forming abstract shapes and vibrant color juxtapositions. The process is driven by “what would happen if…” – that sense of trying without knowing the outcome. I use masks to hide or highlight areas, building layer after layer. I hope these prints spark your curiosity and engage your sense of whimsy and play.
This series of Monotypes is a 100 print project. My goal is to create 100 individual complete prints, and then to move on to a new project.
All works are acrylic paint on paper. Sizes listed are the approximate paper size; I cut my paper from large rolls, which means they are sometimes a little larger and sometimes smaller. Image sizes are 8″x10″ or 12″x14″.
Can be purchased framed for $10 more.