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Degas Monotypes at MOMA

“Make a drawing, Begin it again, Trace it, begin it again, And Retrace it” Edgar Degas

Degas  A Strange New Beauty is the title of this wonderful exhibit.   202 more words


National Juried Monotype Exhibit

Monotypes are one of my favorite mediums that capture spontaneity and produce results that are very difficult to control.  Currently The Monotype Guild of New England is hosting its Fourth National Juried Monotype/Monoprint Exhibit at the… 236 more words


Demo at MoMA, NYC

Illustration © Bruce Waldman. All Rights Reserved.

“Guys Walking,” monotype © Bruce Waldman

I  have been invited back to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) 55 more words


©2007 BOESCH | Chardonnay

Portfolio: BOESCH | Printmaking

©2007 Mell BOESCH_Chardonnay  29 1/2 x 22 inches Portrait, Edition: 1/1

Monotype, Embossment, Artist-pulled Original print, Full Bleed, Somerset printmaking paper, Charles Brand Industrial Printing Press. 45 more words


Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty at The Museum of Modern Art, March 26, 2016 - July 24, 2016

“With the major exhibition Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty, The Museum of Modern Art brings new focus to Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas’s (French, 1834–1917) extraordinary and rarely seen monotypes and their impact on his wider practice. 652 more words


Missing Degas by a Day

Dance Dance Dance
The Dancers. All those ballerinas. I had a framed print on my childhood wall.
I’m visiting my sister but Wednesday we’re headed to family in Ohio. 67 more words


Now, the Other Side

After a productive month that was spent building a foundation to enhance my Social Media engagement, it’s time to get back to the creative side of my work. 164 more words