Colorful Abstract Monoprints


Patty Castellini
at Two Rivers Printmaking Studio
in White River Junction
April 6-20, 2018

Opening reception: Friday, April 6, 5-7PM

Patty Castellini is known for her colorful abstract monotype prints. The Enfield, New Hampshire artist first discovered her love for printmaking when she began volunteering at AVA Art Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire–a position which evolved into a twenty-five year teaching career.

Monotypes differ from other printmaking techniques because they are one-of-a-kind. Inks are applied to a plate, much like an artist would paint a canvas. The plate is then pressed into the paper, transferring the inks, to create the final print.

Castellini takes great delight in the creative process, both her own and that of her young students. She believes creating art is something that can engage everyone. She states, “It is this dual process of teaching and painting that adds so much meaning to my life.”

(text adapted from the artist’s press materials)


Two Rivers Printmaking Studio
Tip Top Media and Arts Building, Suite 160
85 North Main Street
White River Junction 05001
(802) 295-5901

Tuesday-Friday, 11AM-2PM
or by appointment
Call (802) 295-5901 to confirm before your visit


Finding Stones at Dawn with Mom
by Patty Castellini
Courtesy of the artists and Two Rivers Printmaking Studio, White River Junction