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monotype

(mŏn′ə-tīp′)
n.
1. Biology The sole member of its group, such as a single species that constitutes a genus.
2. A unique print made by pressing paper against a painted or inked surface.

mon′o·typ′ic (-tĭp′ĭk) adj.
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The public is meant to appreciate Imam's landscape plates and monotypes against a cityscape that, since the show opened, has been tarted up with layers of seasonal bling as Hamra merchants conjured up Christmas.
Untitled, 2018, Cecily Brown, monotype; oil on Lanaquarelle paper, 78.7 x 58.4cm
She also relishes the analogue nature of the monotype print, the sheer physicality of the process.
She showed paintings as well as monotypes, and an impressed Antunez invited her to be a guest printmaker at Taller 99 beginning the following day.
The interplay between monotype, hand-colouring and woodcut creates a stunning effect in which the figure of Oviri seems to arise from a primordial earthy blackness.
Since there is a multitude of media that work well with this monotype technique, I drew my own portrait, then broke it up into quarters (which looked really great, actually).
To produce these monotypes, I drew on intuition, fantasy, and imagination not only to recall lost memory but also to fashion a plausible re-creation of the history that had made me.
Lyons, who was originally trained as a potter, uses clay and spunbonded olefin fabric to create uniquely-crafted clay monotypes. Mr.
Castiglione's drawings, etchings, monotypes and oil sketches display not only the surprising number of media in which he worked, but also a surprising range of styles.
And from 2-3pm tomorrow, Christopher Le Brun will speak about his work as painter and printmaker working in etching, lithography, woodcut and monotypes.
Written by Stephen Browning, whose work has appeared in such distinguished literary magazines as "The Southern Review", "Poetry Northwest", and "The Western Humanities Review", and illustrated with striking black-and-white monotypes by museum-exhibited artist Kalani Engles, Hunger for Light is a sublime blend of free-verse expression and powerful imagery.