Serigraph (silk screen): Produced on a frame over which fine fabric
(silk, polyester, and nylon) is stretched. The Fabric is blocked out wherever
unprinted areas are to appear, you use oil or water-base ink which is brushed
or squeegee through the open mesh of the fabric to produce an image on the
paper. You repeat the process for each colour.
Collagraph: a print made from a collage of various materials
glued together on a hard board, or textures or drawings made on a plate
using modeling clay, and then printed as intaglio, relief or in combination
of the two.
Lino - wood cut (relief): ink is rolled on the surface of
the plate and then printed.
Intaglio: covers a large number of printmaking techniques such
as: etching, drypoint, mezzotint, aquatint, and soft ground because the
image is produced by inking the incised lines, recessed textures of a plate,
wiping the surface and , with a damp paper over the plate, the plate is
run through an etching press to get the image.
Monotype: A one of a kind image
printed on un-worked surface. An image that can not be duplicated.
Monoprint: A one of a kind wiping that also may include direct
painting on a worked plate.