Monday, July 26th, 2010

Brown, detail, by Amy Crook

Brown, detail, by Amy Crook

This is another monoprint, a one-of-a-kind print created by painting directly onto a blank plate with thick water-based paints and then running through a printing press like an etching. You can see the places where the brush strokes stood up to the process in the black shadows, but the outer edges turned to a softer, more uniform texture as they went through the press.

See a face in the shapes? You’re supposed to. It’s my secret who it was based off, though.

Brown, 3″x3″ monoprint on 7″x10″ watercolor paper, $299 with free shipping.

This print is not currently framed, and would need to be matted or framed to be displayed.

Brown by Amy Crook

Brown by Amy Crook

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