Strictly speaking, Galina's prints are 'monotypes', as only one print (and occasionally a second 'ghost' image) is produced during the process. Monotypes are created by strategic inking and wiping of a tile or other flat surface. The ink is then transferred to a piece of paper by laying the paper on the tile and mark-making with fingers, pen or other utensils on the un-inked side of the paper, to selectively pick up the ink. The process is unpredictable yet very rewarding, resulting in atmospheric images with a unique vibrancy. Click on image to see price and availability - or contact Galina if you are interested in commissioning a monoprint.