Harlequin Series #2
Yesterday I posted the canvas counterpart of my two-fold mono-printing process. As stated yesterday, the process includes both simultaneously printing on paper and on canvas - which ultimately leads to multiple, integrated creations using the same theme - with a different outcome. This is how my Harlequin Series began.
Today I am posting the mono-print component printed on paper. You will see some similarities - as well as differences when viewed together with the canvas below.
|Framed Harlequin Mono-print on Paper|
|Harlequin Mono-print on Paper|
|Harlequin Mono-print and Paint on Canvas|
as posted yesterday
During the process, many other prints are produced on various papers, card stock, deli papers, etc. which I can then use later in other multi-media creations. I love the number of prints that are created using this process. It is great fun, always unpredictable - yet very productive!
I will present other component pieces that I have recently created to further illustrate this somewhat unusual process that adapts well across many multi-media platforms.
It's all about the fun and diversity!
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