Sold for: $3,750
PROVENANCEPrivate Collection, Ontario
David Blackwood’s monotypes (or monoprints) are a fascinating part of his printwork output. In the midst of building a new studio, without access to his printing press, the artist maintained his practice by experimenting with monoprinting. The media as applied to the printing plate and transferred to paper allows for one unique printed image, without the necessity of the mechanics of a press. These monotypes allow Blackwood the fluid, gestural qualities and vibrant palette found in his paintings and watercolours, bridging the gap between painting and printing.
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