Monoprints (2011)

                        1/1     The Beginning of a Great Deal of Travel      2011                                                     Plate: 29 1/2″ x 15 3/4″, Paper: 35 1/2″ x 22 7/8″

                        1/1                            Corbo                              2011

                                 Plate: 29 6/8″ x 15 6/8″, Paper: 36″ x 22″

                                    1/1   Of My Childhood Memory    2011

                             Plate: 15 5/8″ x 29 6/8″, Paper: 21 7/8″ x 36 1/4″

                        1/1              With Those Already Resting             2011

                            Plate: 29 6/8″ x 15 5/8″, Paper: 35 6/8″ x 22 1/2″

                        1/1           In Relation to Need and Design            2011

                             Plate: 30″ x 15 3/4″, Paper: 36 1/2″ x 22 3/4″

                    1/1      A System of Impulses, Actions and Reactions        2011

                             Plate: 30″ x 15 5/8″, Paper: 36 1/4″ x 22 1/4″

                        1/1   The Undisclosed Consequence of Innovation      2011

                                Plate: 15 7/8″ x 29 6/8″, Paper: 21 6/8″ x 37 6/8″

                                       1/1    Tubes and Patterns    2011

                                Plate: 15 5/8″ x 30″, Paper: 22 7/8″ x 38″

Copyright © 2011 by Drew Kail

6 thoughts on “Monoprints (2011)”

  1. Love “Tubes and Patterns” especially, and I’m hard to please. Though I do like monoprints–a lot.

    1. Thanks. That means a lot. It’s even sweeter that you’re so hard to please. I too like monoprints a lot. For “Tubes and Patterns” I printed so many things(linocuts, woodcuts, etchings, monotypes) on top of one another that it created a pretty interesting dimension.

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