Dawn Emerson uses PanPastel on these beautiful monotypes.
Dawn explains: “Monotypes are called the “painterly print.” They are done by painting or rolling printer’s ink onto a surface, then adding or subtracting to the image with various tools, and then running it through a press to transfer the image onto paper. The result is a one of a kind, hand-pulled print that is the reverse of the original matrix. “
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