In this suite of twenty prints,
Hood exploits the immediacy of the monotype. Unlike etching,
woodcut, or lithograph where the surface of the printing plate
is changed (allowing the image to be reprinted many times), she
draws directly on an unaltered surface then executes the print.
"I like that each monotype is one-of-a-kind, while the process
is pure printing." These gentle but dramatic prints create tiny
tableaus of visual metaphors for universal forms of human