Synopses & Reviews
Now in paperback! The art of monotype has experienced a surge of popularity in recent years, and artists working in other mediums will enjoy exploring the creative potential this process offers them. A brief history of monotype is followed by a comprehensive chapter on materials. The step-by-step instructions are accompanied by some of the finest examples of monotype being done today.
This book reveals through step-by-step instructions on basic as well as special techniques the many possibilities offered by this painterly printmaking process.
A guide to monotype. It discusses the methods, and covers all mediums that can be used to create monotypes - watercolour, oils, inks and acrylics. The book includes some of the work of the world's most notable artists: Degas, Matisse, Gauguin, Joseph Raffael and Carolyn Brady.
About the Author
Julia Ayres is an award-winning wildlife artist and frequent contributor to American Artist magazine. She and her husband David live in Chouteau, Oklahoma.