Monotype, in printmaking, is a technique that generally yields only one good impression from each prepared plate. Monotypes are prized because of their unique textural qualities. They are made by drawing on glass or a plate of smooth metal or stone with a greasy substance such as printer's ink or oil paint.
This exhibit is a showcase of monotypes, most made in the Scott Gellatly and Aimee Erickson’s Monotype Lab held the first weekend in January.
Monotypes can be purchased online or in the OSA Gallery (2185 SW Park Place, Portland, OR). Prices do not include shipping and handling. The OSA Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 1-4pm. Questions? Please call 503-228-0706 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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