Reductive Monoprints

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29″ x 21.25″
2016

In a reductive monoprint, the artist begins by covering the matrix, in this case a sheet of clear acrylic, with ink and wiping out all the white parts.
These images were created from sketchbook drawings made at the Running Horse Studio Collection in Irwindale, CA.

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  1. Abby Zonies says:

    This is an amazing body of work Helen, that I will go back to many times. The horses literally jump of the page. You can feel there power, as if they are trying to beak free from there bondage. Congratulations.

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