I do most of my monotypes by covering a copper plate in ink, then subtracting what I don't want. Then I place some presoaked paper on top of the plate and run it through the a press. A reverse of the image is then transfered to the page. Some times, I'll do a second run to get a 'ghost print' which is just like the original with less ink and often times very surprising results.

Coyote & Sheep, monotype with watercolors, NFS


Elephant Procession in India, monotype, NFS


Unicorn Peak, Tuolumne Meadows, monotype


A Car in Taos, NM, monotype


Window to the Past, Wupataki Indian Ruins, AZ, monotype, NFS


Iraqi, monotype


Lets Celebrate Together, monotype


Dancing Pizza Pie, monotype


Pickled Punk, Baby Bird Version, monotype with watercolors


Inner Worlds, monotype


Untitled, monotype


Skull on Red, monotype with watercolors