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Re: monoprints

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MaryAnn Kohl (maryann)
Thu, 12 Aug 99 12:28:30 -0700


I do this too. I have also done it on rectangles of masonite board, on
cookie sheets, on mirrors, and on plexiglass, and on cutting boards. I
like using bumpy "backgrounds" too, to pick up additional texture.

MaryAnn

>I have Formica tables in my art room. I've had students paint them directly
>with finger-paint or tempera with liquid soap in it, lay paper over it, rub
>and lift for a simple monoprint. They learn about reversal pretty quickly.
>It's also interesting to use wet and dry paper for the same process so they
>see the textural differences. Marbling is also a type of monoprint. Linda

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MaryAnn F. Kohl (WA)
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