Raking Light Projects is proud to present a collection of offset monotype prints by Zac Scheinbaum. The prints were created at Mullowney Printing in San Francisco with Master Printer Paul Mullowney.
This was Zac's first time creating offset monotype prints. Here is his description of the printmaking process.
"I am so excited to release these as my first series of monotypes with Raking Light Projects. It's a complicated process to explain, but so you can get an idea of how the prints are made into small editions, I'll do my best. I painted onto a copper / plexiglass plate and then little by little the ink is taken off in stages and layered into three or four pieces of paper. The Master Printers at Mullowney Printing held my hand through the process and it was so interesting and challenging to learn? The editions are only of three prints each! So if you want one, there are only three hand-numbered and signed. They will never be reprinted. It doesn't work like that, once the plate is done, it's done! So it's like making a painting times three!"
The exhibit runs online for one week only starting Friday, June 1st.
Please visit https://rakinglightprojects.com/collections/monotypes-by-zac-scheinbaum to learn more about each of the prints in the edition or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.