Monoprint Portfolio

05elements 9x25
brooks_elemental 2_web
Rocks, Sea, Sky
Sun, Island, Sea
Woods 2
Woods 3
brooks_robin_1
Golden Pine
brooks_robin_winter woods monotype
Dark Wood
brooks_robin_peace flight
peace flight 2
brooks_robin_tandem
brooks_robin_kitchen vase

05elements 9x25

Elements, collagraph print, 9" x 25", 2015, available

brooks_elemental 2_web

Elemental, collagraph print, 15" x 20", 2015, available

Rocks, Sea, Sky

Rocks, Sea, Sky, collagraph monotype print, 18" x 18", 2012

Rocks, Sea, Sky, monotype print, 18" x 18", 2012, available

Sun, Island, Sea

Sun, Island, Sea, monoprint, 18" x 18", 2013, available

Woods 2

Woods 2, monotype with collage, 15' x 22", 2010, private collection

monotype with collage, 22" x 15", 2010, framed dimensions 27 1/2" x 20", $475

Woods 3

Woods 3, monotype with collage, 15" x 22", 2010, private collection

monotype with collage, 22" x 15", 2010, framed dimensions 27 1/2" x 20", private collection

brooks_robin_1

Woods 7, collagraph monotype, 12" x 16", 2010

Golden Pine

Golden Pine, Collagraph print with chine colle and watercolor, 11" x 15", 2011, available

brooks_robin_winter woods monotype

Snowy Wood, monotype, 9" x 12", 2010, available

Dark Wood

Dark Wood, Monotype print, 11" x 15", 2011, private collection

brooks_robin_peace flight

Peace Flight, collagraph monotype with chine colle and watercolor, 8 1/2" x 11", 2011, private collection

peace flight 2

Peace Flight 2, monotype with chine colle and watercolor, 11" x 15", 2011, available

brooks_robin_tandem

Tandem, monotype with chine colle, 12" x 12", 2010, private collection

brooks_robin_kitchen vase

Kitchen Vase, watercolor monotype with collage and chine colle, 8" x 11 1/2", 2008, available

I started making monoprints while studying painting in New York in the 1980′s.  Making prints offers a playful and fluid way to explore themes and motifs I work on in other media.  I have been participating with Circling the Square Fine Art Press in Gardiner, Maine where my recent “Woods” and “Elements” series were made on using the Griffin etching press.