Serigraphy


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Serigraphy

The act or practice of printing on woven surface, especially silk. Serigraphy is used in art. It was popularized by Andy Warhol.
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Anyone who understands how masters (the base drawings from which the printing plates and screens are made) are created in serigraphy and lithography can see why Erte's method and his technical skills adapt as well as they do to printmaking.
Sometimes he combines two or more printing processes in one print (for example, lithography and serigraphy for the Alphabet portfolio), or he utilizes flocking over serigraph inks (The Curtain), or employs gold and silver metallic hot-stamping and blind embossing in combination with serigraphy (Samson and Delilah).
Walt Disney Animation Art has created this new sericel image using the painstaking serigraphy process.
Each acetate cel in the edition was then hand-fed through the serigraphy process where each ink line and color was meticulously layered, one at a time, upon the final cel overlay to produce the finest and most accurate representation of the original master cel artwork possible.
Whether referred to as silk screen, serigraphy or screenprinting, the need for solvents with the related concerns for health risks and disposal problems, has limited the use of this expressive printmaking form to only the more intrepid and courageous of art teachers.
Whether the process is referred to as serigraphy, silkscreen or screen printing, this book uses highly-keyed color illustrations and easily understandable text to describe a wide variety of techniques in this stencil process.
Tab-type registration can be used, similar to that used in serigraphy.
This article presents a convenient and relatively inexpensive way to teach students the technique of serigraphy.
The book begins with extensive annotated essays on the basic printmaking processes: relief, intaglio, lithography and serigraphy.
Silkscreening, or serigraphy, is merely the evolved result of the stencil principle, not very far removed from placing colored mud over a hand pressed against a rock wall.