Terms and definitions:
Relief- Printmaking method in which the inked surface of the plate prints and areas or lines that are carved out do not print.
Intaglio- Method of printing in which ink is forced into incised, etched lines or recessions on a plate, the surface wiped clean, and the lines or recessions do print but the surface does not.
Collagraph- A print made from a collage of various materials glued together on a cardboard plate.
Monotype- A unique print pulled from a non-absorbent or non-permanent plate.
Monoprint- A unique print pulled from a plate that has an image incised into it.
Photogravure- Photomechanical intaglio process.
Plate- Matrix that holds the inked design in a variety of printmaking techniques.
Bleed Print- Image that extends beyond one or more edges of the paper.
Encaustic Monotype- Fusing layers of melted wax onto monotype prints