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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They can offer embroidering and serigraphy services.
Upper-level and college students have serigraphy ** and lithography, which require larger facilities, bigger budgets and conscientious students who clean up after themselves, carefully putting flammable rags in proper containers to prevent fires.
Colores Ceramicos, an expert producer of dyestuffs and serigraphy for use in the ceramic industry, is committed to ongoing research and development to ensure maximum performance of their processes.
From there, we shot the screen, and with a simple separation of colors I went to work "painting" in serigraphy, which is my preferred medium.
Hibel has experimented with a variety of mediums--lithography, serigraphy, giclee, sculpture, crystal and porcelain.
Noel's work in design, painting, etching, serigraphy, stone lithography and cast paper takes up the themes of mothers, children, dancers, lovers, nature spirits, and animals symbolizing strength and freedom.
What she will eventually learn is that printmaking processes are varied and include such things as woodcuts, intaglio, serigraphy, lithography, and even digital printmaking.
Ultimately it was not through painting that Suzuki gained an international following but through serigraphy and lithography.
Also worthy of mention are glass painting (spanning tradition and modernity) and batik (a dye-and-fabric painting technique), painting by collage or by sewing fabric and paper on fabrics or paper, painting on sand; but also those disciplines closer to painting such as graphic arts and photography; other trades are now practiced a little bit everywhere; serigraphy and lithography, tapestry-making and mosaic, decoration, etc.
DeCarava shifted from painting to print-making, particularly serigraphy, and had his first one-man show in 1947 at New York's Serigraph Galleries.
"Contemporary Northwest Art: Tradition and Innovation in Serigraphy." American Indian Arts Magazine 6, 3 (Summer, 1981): 54-61.
Just as the counterculture fertilized the New Left, the poster renaissance took independent root in the emerging farmworkers' movement, where Luis Valdez's workshop made serigraphy an agent of La Raza consciousness.