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When parenting demands made it hard for Kim Osgood to continue oil painting, she discovered the joys of monotypes. It’s a technically challenging style of printing that creates just one original print. She paints onto a sheet of plastic with printer’s ink, creating painterly images that go through a press.

First Broadcast: 2005
Producer: KC Cowan

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Kim Osgood; Artist Ron Rogers; Leslie Lee

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #613
Original Broadcast: January 6, 2005