A monoprint exploring nature's layers and lines, part of my Stratigraphy Series.
Monoprinting is a one-off method of printing-making where no two prints are exactly alike. It is a painterly form of printmaking, and in this instance I've painted onto a plate, and then from that plate printed in layers various colors and textures using masks and other mediums to achieve my design. It's always a bit of a surprise in the end, and it's special because each print is singular and unique.
The artwork itself measures 5" square, and is printed using acrylics paints onto acid-free rice paper, and overall measures 8" square.