I enjoy all aspects of printmaking and the myriad of ways in which to vary the process. I am especially excited about the possibilities of monoprints and have come to like the similarity between monoprints and humans. Monoprints, as opposed to monotypes, make use of the same plate for several printings. Humans too, have much in common with each other physically, intellectually, spiritually and emotionally, but they are in no way uniform in the ways they look and act. Monoprints, though they have an underlying similarity dictated by the execution of the printing plate, can be quite diverse in impact. A change in paper, color and means of application can lead to subtle or extreme differences, and with each printing of the same plate the nature of the visual dance is altered.