Clay monoprinting uses a clay matrix of unfired clay. Colors are mixed from a fine clay powder, water, and pure pigments. The print is transferred to an industrial-grade fabric using a hand roller, creating a print that is original and unique (“monoprint”). The clay and colors transfer to the fabric and can be printed one time only. This process, invented by the late ceramicist Mitch Lyons (MitchLyons.com), reflects my emotional and spiritual state through a theme, subject, or the marvelous accidents and welcome mistakes of the moment.
View my artwork archive here or contact me to inquire about these clay mono prints.