Monotypes are creative, one-off prints where ink is rolled up, one colour at a time, and transferred onto a flat surface (plate) such as Perspex or Aluminium, for printing through a press. The plate is wiped clean once the print is completed. No repeat printing is possible.
These monotype prints have been exhibited at the Bankside Gallery, London in the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers’ annual RE Original Prints Exhibitions. These prints have been sold to private collecters.
Kate is an elected member of The Society of Wood Engravers (SWE) and contributes to the Society’s journal Multiples. Also, she is an elected Fellow to The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE). She has served on the committees for both societies.
Riverside Industry, 37x45cm
Deborah Roslund Collection
Red Jet, 38x43cm
Refinery & Power station, 21x30cm
Bridge at Sunset, 21x30cm
Garden Statue, 21x30cm
Garden Temple, 21x30m
The Red Tree, 25x21cm
Tree on a Hill, 25x21cm
Master Jack and Mistress Jill represent a nostalgic visit to Kate's collection from the 1950's of small, toy figures and farm animals which where manufactured by Britains for their Model Home Farm series.
Mistress Jill, 55x33cm
Master Jack, 55x33cm
Malvolio and Autolycus. These two prints were created in 2016 for a successful exhibition organised by the Bankside Gallery, London in collaboration with Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.