Some images of work from our Monotype with Plants and Stencils course last Sunday. Starting with a rolled surface, participants laid plant material over the ink before printing on the etching press. Peeling the plants off, a ghost of the plant is revealed on the ink, which can be printed again, then additional paper stencils and other plants introduced. Some images are the second printing or ghost image- the ink becomes pale and light in tone in these prints. Stencils were cut from paper, card and plastic- anything that can pass through the press can be used really. Every print is unique, but they link, because the same motifs are used again. These lovely prints by Tracey Brown show the effects of printing, overprinting and offsetting the ink onto another surface .