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serigraph

[′ser·i‚graf]
(graphic arts)
The silk-screen process when it is used as a fine-art reproduction method.
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A serigraph is worthwhile only if it is produced in limited numbers.
Since Swanson uses between 40 to 60 colors for each serigraph, the process is laborious, involving the laying of color on color with great precision.
Serigraph and its joint venture partner in China, S.
Mas will be available to meet collectors, discuss his artwork and dedicate purchased serigraphs and paintings at the following Martin Lawrence locations:
This piece will be reproduced as an official poster as well as a silkscreen serigraph to be released in limited edition.
com * I0 * "GATHERING" by Michael Rozenvain: Serigraph on Paper Edition of 380, 251/2 x 131/2 inches, $300; Aviram Art Gallery: 201.
You'll hear all about the different types of IMD films and how to use them from Avery Dennison, Bayer, GE Advanced Materials, In-Mold Graphic Solutions, Mayco Plastics, Serigraph, and Soliant.
Simpson said he was not in possession of the Suburban or a serigraph of Simpson created by Andy Warhol.
The series, particularly in the initial pieces, comes from one original work, The First Breakfast, 1972-78, a serigraph transfer on canvas, repainted in oil, of an image of the earth taken by the Apollo space mission in 1969.
NEW YORK -- MIKOH Corporation, an innovative technology company producing a variety of security and digital marking products, announced today the first licensing agreement in the United States of its RFID tag security technology to Serigraph Inc.
com * 2 * "ALLEGORICAL MASQUE" by David Schluss: Serigraph Edition of 250 on paper, 21 x 16 inches, $650; Edition of 150 on hand-embellished canvas, $1,625; Smart Publishing, Inc: 954.
Serigraph design engineer Mike Ruminski also sees appliances as a growth market for IMD.