Prints > Monotypes/Monoprints

wade, death, river, migration, drowning
montoype
22 x 15
2019
$200
Skulls, fence, glyph, humming bird, detention
montoype
15 x 22
2019
$200
Skulls, fence, glyph, snake, detention
montoype
15 x 22
2018
$200
Skulls, fence, glyph, monarch butterfly, detention
montoype
15 x 22
2018
$200
Skulls, fence, glyph, animal
montoype
15 x 22
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
monarch butterflies, marigolds, immigration
montoype
22 x 15
2018
$200
boy on knees holding hands over ears
Monotype on paper
30 x 22"
2014
boy squatting with hands over ears while coyote next to him barks
Monotype on paper
22 x 30"
2014
boy squatting holding hands over ears while coyote howls near him
Monotype on paper
30 x 22"
2014
boy squatting before a fence with hands over ears while coytote howls beside him
Monotype on paper
30 x 22"
2014
boy squating before fence with hands over ears while drone flies overhead
Monotype on paper
30 x 22"
2014
woman walking in desert, holding water jug
Monotype on paper
30 x 22"
2014

These prints were created by mainly using an acrylic sheet as the matrix and then either painting or rolling ink on and adding and subtracting to find the image. In some cases paper cut outs were used as templates to create recurring motifs. I see this process as an exercise in letting go and letting the image emerge gradually rather than planning it all out ahead of time.