Monotypes are one-of-a-kind prints. In this instance they are created by applying inks directly onto a blank, smooth gel plate. The inks are manipulated through a variety of processes. Sometimes beach found items are laid on the plate, alone or alongside hand cut stencils, sometimes used in combination with collagraph and lino plates. Often a print is the result of many lifts and layers of colour, shape and texture become overlaid. It is a high energy process and always rewarding. The results are revelatory, unique and unrepeatable. Some of the prints here are embellished by hand with ink and/or graphite. Some began life as a monotype and grew into collages. See individual image descriptions for details.
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Strange Fruit
Elder Fruiting
Moon Shaft
Shore Life
Towards the Surface
The Meadow Below
Blast Totem
Red Shaft
From the Tide
Fly Free
White Tree
Winter Fruit
Lepidodendron Umbelliferae
Post Industrial Shore
Gulls and Gasket
Gull Rays
Rockpool Find
Caged Flight
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Under the Cliff
Industrial Nest
The Surveyor
Sienna Flight
And Vikings Came
Fossil Pool
Nature  Disrupted
Umber Tide
Rsd Cage
Red Fossil
Red Moon
Above the Coal
Towards Chourdon Point
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