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Art of the Day: Saturday April 17, 2010


- by Louise Hendry Womack

This week's theme: Shades of Grey

Grey is special. It isn't just one thing. It provides contrast, shading and can stand alone. Grey can strike on note or many. It can be retiring and soft or strong and dramatic. The space between black and white is vast and filled with many shades of grey.

Art: Cello by Artist Louise Hendry Womack
A monotype is a single print pulled from a glass or metal plate on which ink or paint has been applied. The image can be transferred to paper by hand rubbing or with a press. A monotype remains one of a kind because it contains no repeatable matrix in the image from which a perfect second impression can be made.


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