Monotype is a form of printmaking that does not use a plate or block to produce the image. Ink is rolled on a smooth, flat surface. The ink may be manipulated to create marks or textures. The inked surface is then covered with paper and run through a printing press. A single, unique image is produced. It is also possible to print a second, much lighter image. Prints may be reworked by overprinting, sanding or using additional media such as color pencil to enrich the surface. Monotype is the most painterly of the printmaking techniques. This series was made using an ink roller. Multiple layers. abrasion, and color pencil were added. Common to the group is the basic relationship between land, sea, sky and horizon.