A monotype is a print that can be created only once. To make a monotype, ink or paint is applied directly onto a glass or acrylic plate, the plate is pressed against the paper to transfer the ink. The finished print is a mirror image of what's on the plate.
I use high quality printmaking paper (280 gm) to create unique ink prints. Many of the prints derive the color entirely from the organic materials used. When pressure is applied from the printing press the color is released onto the paper creating interesting colors and patterns.
Enjoy your original print, Gail Wymore