Sarah Mollere

Theme: Change Over Time
Foundations of Art: Printmaking, Tulane University, Monotype, 11” x 15”, 2011

Sarah Mollere Theme: Change Over Time Foundations of Art: Printmaking, Tulane University, Monotype, 11” x 15”, 2011 The assignment was to create a suite of prints around the theme using reduction, direct paint, and direct trace techniques in each impression. Every time a new layer of ink was added to an impression, the remaining ink on the matrix was transferred to the “ghost” prints seen below. The ghost provides an example to students of how a denser image can create a more engaging product, while also acting as a physical record of the entire project.

Sarah Mollere Theme: Change Over Time Foundations of Art: Printmaking, Tulane University, Monotype, 11” x 15”, 2011 The assignment was to create a suite of prints around the theme using reduction, direct paint, and direct trace techniques in each impression. Every time a new layer of ink was added to an impression, the remaining ink on the matrix was transferred to the “ghost” prints seen below. The ghost provides an example to students of how a denser image can create a more engaging product, while also acting as a physical record of the entire project.

The assignment was to create a suite of prints around the theme using reduction, direct paint, and direct trace techniques in each impression. Every time a new layer of ink was added to an impression, the remaining ink on the matrix was transferred to the “ghost” prints seen below. The ghost provides an example to students of how a denser image can create a more engaging product, while also acting as a physical record of the entire project.