This is a really good example for the element of line, because your eyes have to follow the line down in order to see the faces drawn into it. This piece of art is also a very good example of a Continuous Contour Line Drawing because it is only one line drawn into all three of the faces. I was drawn to this image because at first I thought it was just a scribble, but when I payed closer attention I saw that it created three faces.

This image shows three different faces being drawn with single line. This demonstrate that even though the art work is composed of one line, you can still make out of what it is trying to display.

Chalmers Close, Royal Mile Edinburgh, Study Collage with Monoprint November 2013 19cm x 28cm

Chalmers Close, Royal Mile Edinburgh, Study Collage with Monoprint November 2013 x *Print image lightly, trace around edges loosely with pen, paint in between and over the lines

figurative monoprint

figurative monoprint- expressive free hand drawing can be achieved using monoprint

Lucinda Rogers. Beautiful variation of line to create interest.

Thikness of line Heart Artist’s Agents - Artists - Lucinda Rogers - Galleries - Lucinda Rogers 3

Weeding by the Phases.    Lino cut with mono print.   Image size 15x15cm Paper size 24x19cm

'Weeding by the Phases' by Lynn Bailey. Lino cut with mono print. Pressed flowers/plants used as mono print elements.

Mixed media art techniques... Collagraph printmaking + knitting #fusion #textiles

Amy Twigger Holroyd: Units of Possibility - The Reknit Revolution (supported by Rugby Art Gallery and Museum) - Knitting & Stitching London 2017

Marilyn Kyle - Absence (prints) - monoprint

Marilyn Kyle - Absence (prints) - monoprint Image selected because: * fine detail picked up on print

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