Re: "printmaking"

From: Lisa Reddig ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 04/15/04-01:03:22 PM Z
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Thanks for the answer. Another quick question on a term.

Monoprint?? Does that mean one of a kind as opposed to an edition?


On 4/15/04 2:44 PM, "Taylor, Jane" <> wrote:

> Lisa,
> My work also falls in between, but my background is in printmaking. I have
> always used combined techniques and processes such as Xerox transfer, photo
> lith/etching and recently digital (archival) combined with cyanotype and van
> dyke I use these with traditional printmaking techniques such as collograph,
> montoype and etching. Most are not duplicates, but monoprints. I often call
> them "mixed media monoprints".
> I have submitted work for both printmaking and photo shows and it has not been
> an issue so far. I guess it always depends on the judges when it comes to
> shows. Some are purists, others prefer experimentation and mixed media, as I
> do. The definition of printmaking is constantly being redefined and many alt
> processes overlap with printmaking.
> Jane.
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