Experiments in Mono-printing

I have always avoided mono-printing becuase it requires a lot of space – layout the glass, room for the prints to dry, yada, yada. This month for my US ArtQuest Design Team project, I was trying to find a quick way to cheat the encaustic process that did not work, but this did – mono-printing. I have seen demonstrations with a gelatin mono-print, but my refrigerator is already over crowded with ‘teenager’ food – so that was just not an option.

 This is the first mono print I have tried with this techniaue,  and the tutorial will be posted on the USArt Quest Blog on the today…. stay tuned as I play with this some more.

Morning Song

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