One of a Kind: Monotype-The Unique Print
An Exhibition of Six Printmakers at the Harlow Gallery
Claudia Brahms-Robin Brooks
Corliss Chastain-Christine J. Higgins
Marguerite Ogden-Kris Sader
September 2-September 26, 2010
I studied monotype printmaking at Parsons School of Design in New York while a graduate student in painting (1982-84) and fell in love with the process. Monotype is the most painterly of all the printmaking processes and afforded me a fluid and spontaneous means of image making that was a delightful change from the rigors of painting oil on canvas. In 1985 I was invited to show four of my monotype prints from that period in an exhibition at the Newark Museum entitled “The Painter’s Print.”
Participating in “One of a Kind” was the impetus for me to start making prints again in a serious way. In April of 2010, I joined the community of printmakers at Circling the Square Fine Art Press in Gardiner, Maine where the work for this show was completed.
One of a Kind: Monotype-The Unique Print will open on Thursday September 2 from 5-8 pm.
The Harlow Gallery is located at 160 Water Street in Hallowell Maine.
Gallery Hours are W, TH, S 12-4 pm
Fri.-Sat. 12-6 pm
Artist Talk September 16, 7 p.m.