When most people think about printmaking, they usually think of a printing press. But monoprints are done by hand; and because they are done by hand, monoprints are considered the most painterly of all the printing techniques. They are essentially printed paintings. Linda discovered this technique many years ago while attending a workshop at the Mendocino Art Center. And the process has inspired her ever since.
In 2009 she became a member of the O’Hanlon Art Center in Mill Valley; and there, found the perfect setting for her to continue her love of hand printmaking. Recently retired from teaching, Linda now divides her time between working in the shared studios at the O’Hanlon Center and also working in her new home studio in Richmond.
*Places and Things
March 2015, Napa County Library, Napa
March 2011, O’Hanlon Gallery, Mill Valley
*Alchemy & Stitches
December 2016, Finley Center, Santa Rosa
April, 2012, San Pablo Art Gallery, San Pablo
*Bay Area Women Artists
August 2012 and August 2013, Juried by Donna Seager and Suzanne Gray
*Black & White and Shades of Gray
February 2015, Juried by Barry Peterson
*Art of the Spirit
December, 2014, Juried by Anthony Lawlor