Forrest Moses

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In this process, etching ink is brushed, pushed, wiped, scratched, thinned and otherwise manipulated on a plexiglas plate and transferred to paper on a large
etching press. One unique image is produced.  Moses uses the monotype to interpret land images as well as Flower and Figure.  All works are untitled.  Photos of the printmaking process

   
   
Forrest Moses monotype
L 04-47
 

Forrest Moses monotype
L 02-28

Forrest Moses monotype
L 04-06
 


The landscape
Monotypes
utilize the same subject as the larger, more formal oil paintings.

Looser in line and color, the monotypes are less objective without losing image identity.


 



01.30.06 9 #2
18 x 11 inches

 


01.30.06 12 #2
17 x11.5 inches


01.30.06 4
18 x 11 inches

 


01.30.06 15
17 x11.5 inches


 


01.30.06 17
17 x11.5 inches
 

Forrest Moses monotype
L 04-32
 

Forrest Moses monoprint
#2
 

Forrest Moses monotype
L 04-17
 

Forrest Moses monotype
L 04-46

Forrest Moses monotype
L 04-48
 

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