Lithography

Lithography is a Planographic Printing method ( printing from a flat surface) The image is created by applying a tushce (greasy substance) to a plate or stone. The term lithography comes from litho, for stone, and -graph to draw. Monotyping is a type of printmaking made by drawing or painting on a smooth, non-absorbent surface. The surface can vary from zinc or glass to acrylic glass. The image is then transferred onto a sheet of paper by pressing the two together. Monotypes can also be created by inking an entire surface and then, using brushes or rags, removing ink to create a subtractive image. With oil based inks, the paper may be dry, in which case the image has more contrast, or the paper may be damp, in which case the image has a 10 percent greater range of tones. These Original prints start at $75. Only 1/3 of the collection is represented here. Meg Ingraham, a Tamarind trained lithographer will be offering her extensive collection to the public. During the 20 years that Ms Ingraham was a professional printmaker, she had the priviledge to work with masny gifted artists. Most Prints are 22x30". Large Prints 30x44" (not shown) They are not all shown , but include: Bill Ballas, Jim Biggers, Karen Breunig, Dale Chisman, Scott Christensen, Bruce Cody, Kate Collins, Norma Corinder, Patry Denton, Edward Friedman, Mark Gould, David Grojean, Lynn Havel, Mary Hoekseman, Jack Roberts, Lynn Larson, Carols Maritnez, Kathleen Conover Miller,Lee Milmon, Neltje,Sandra Nichols, Matt O'Neill, Tony Ortega, Chuck Parson, Michale Pedziwiatr, T.F. Poduska, Rebekah Robinson,Frank Sampson, Eugene Schilling, Craig Marshall Smith, Joe Snyder, terry Rose, Yvonne Thomas, Roy Wilce, David Yust.