Golden Spiral

Archeological Dig Monoprints

Monoprinting is the most painterly method among printmaking techniques.  The characteristic of this method is that no two prints are alike. Often there is a pattern or part of an image that is constantly repeated.

This medium reflects the uniqueness found in each person.  We are all ONE of a Kind: in Latin mono means one and type means kind (monotype). However, we also have common experiences and influences through shared cultures.

The imagery within the mono prints are iconic symbols commonly found in commercial use.  Playing with such common images, reminds us that art and cultural symbols are imprinted everywhere.  Although, none of the monoprints represent an individual person, they are all created with the idea that you can find part of yourself, your story and your community within.

 

Golden Spiral

Golden Spiral

22x30”, Monoprint

Acorn Flight

Acorn Flight

30x22”, Monoprint

Coyote Breath

Coyote Breath

22x30”, Monoprint

New Species

New Species

30x22”, Monoprint

Vineyard Vaquero

Vineyard Vaquero

22x30”, Monoprint

Whale Watching

Whale Watching

30x22”, Monoprint

Cow Windmill

Cow Windmill

22x30”, Monoprint

Wildflower Spill

Wildflower Spill

30x22”, Monoprint

Vineyard Sunrise

Vineyard Sunrise

22x30”, Monopint

Winter Solstice Night

Winter Solstice Night

30x22”, Monoprint

Coyote Cowboy

Coyote Cowboy

22x30”, Monoprint

Island Fox Returns

Island Fox Returns

30x22”, Monoprint

Poppy Punch

Poppy Punch

22x30”, Monoprint

Birds and Bees

Birds and Bees

22x30”, Monoprint

Vines of the Time

Vines of the Time

22x30”, Monoprint