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Totem Pole by James Bender at Pike Place Market (#72: 15046 bytes)


Printers create a "serigraph" (sometimes called a "silkscreen") by using an exacting printmaking technique in which they push paint through a fine screen--usually made of silk or nylon--onto the canvas or fine art paper. The printer uses a different screen for each color in the print. The result is a richly, deeply colored artwork that has many of the qualities of a fine-art painting. Most Serigraphs are "limited-edition" artworks, meaning that the printer creates only a specified number of prints and then destroys the materials used to create them.
"Raven Spirit" Serigraph
Robert Hewson serigraphs
Click to see Dale Faulstich's serigraph display page.
Dale Faulstich serigraphs
"Hunter and Wolf" Serigraphs
Greg Colfax serigraphs
Click to see Barry Herem's serigraph display page.
Barry Herem serigraphs

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Last modified: November 09, 2014