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serigraphy:

see silk-screen printingsilk-screen printing,
multiple printing technique, also known as serigraphy, involving the use of stencils to transfer the design. Paint is applied to a silk or nylon screen and penetrates areas of the screen not blocked by the stencil.
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serigraphy

[sə′rig·rə·fē]
(graphic arts)
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Serigraphy (silkscreen) is the only print technique that does not reverse the image.
Although much of Paulos' work is serigraphy, he also loves to sculpt, and his sculptures include one of St.
In this creative mix, fantasies and childhood events play an important role: boats, wooden horses, dolls, pyramids, slips of paper, are painted or printed in serigraphy or pasted directly onto a clean surface.
The artist's love of blazing color, his taste for the exotic and the erotically tinged, his romanticism and wit, and his lyrical, flowing visions of the human figure, all find expression through the rich, deep inks and bold, yet elegant, lines that serigraphy and lithography make possible.
Since that time the monoprint has been considered something of a step-child, to the more popular printmaking media lithography, intaglio, and serigraphy.
In addition to oils, she works with pastels and serigraphy.
The show also includes other works that different from those that are literally "painted words," including sculpture, etching, serigraphy, installation, video, multimedia performance, etc.
The areas of intervention covered by these NGOs under the programme include empowerment and capacity building of women and children in distress, transport facilities for disabled children, training in serigraphy, catering, tailoring, pastry, handicraft and ICT, setting up of nursery care centre for vulnerable children as well as refurbishing of specialised care centres.
Color reproductions of works representing the printmaking processes: intaglio, engraving, lithography, serigraphy, woodcuts and wood engraving, monotypes/monoprints and mixed-media works.
I explain the basic processes, including relief, lithography, collagraphy, serigraphy, and etching and emphasize size that each process requires different tools and equipment.