Palate Magazine, 1999
Monotype with watercolors
"Turning the tables" article
about Northwest food critics.
to see original illustration]
are one of a kind prints created by painting images on the surface
of a plate and then transferring the image to paper. The images
are transferred using an etching press. The illustrations are either
one color or handcolored with watercolors and/or gouache.
Check out more of Ben's
work at these two sites.
- Color images.
- Black and
- Color images. To view
Ben Killen Rosenberg's portfolio of 17 color images of emotional
faces, please visit www.artville.com
and search for "ben rosenberg faces".
Killen Rosenberg received his BFA [printmaking] from Tyler School
of Art in Philadelphia in 1988. He lives in Portland, Oregon where
he works as a freelance illustrator, ceramic artist, and art teacher.
His illustrations are all monotypes hand colored with watercolors
and gouache. His illustrations have been used by clients such as
The Oregonian, Johns Hopkins University, Internal Revenue Service,
Hewlett-Packard, and the Philadelphia Daily News. When taking a
break from work during the day, Ben can be found walking his miniature
dachsund, Tyke, visiting all the fire hydrants in the neighborhood.