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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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She then has the fragments produced on canvas by combining giclee and serigraphy gold.
The objectlike nature of the brushstrokes in her more recent works, several of which incorporate collaged reproductions of images of plants and insects, is part of a dialogue between gesture and serigraphy.
At her prodding, Paulos learned the art of serigraphy and began producing hand-pulled serigraphs of her favorite silhouettes, as well as his own.
Serigraphy is just a fancy term for silk-screening; the term was coined by fine artists wanting to separate their product from the artistic world of T-shirts and rock-concert posters made by the same process.
What she will eventually learn is that printmaking processes are varied and include such things as woodcuts, intaglio, serigraphy, lithography, and even digital printmaking.
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.
Contract notice: Purchase of clothing, protective and safety equipment and associated serigraphy service - year 2017 - for the needs of the consortium Lot No 3 Traditional clothing and serigraphy.
Artists who produce fewer originals will need to satisfy market demand for their art with a more accomplished array of limited-edition graphics that utilize many forms of printmaking such as etching, lithography, serigraphy, mixed media, monotype and giclee.
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.
Gemalto's one-of-a-kind Visa Quick Read design for Banco Neon leverages a striking bright blue PVC card, serigraphy lettering and image that appears whenever there is UV light, an attractive hologram, camouflaged magnetic stripe and a colorful signature panel on the back.