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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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A serigraph is worthwhile only if it is produced in limited numbers.
Under the pilot program, Serigraph members planning to undergo certain procedures can enjoy access to an extended network of respected hospitals and health care providers in India.
The market for many products and services has gone global -- why not health care," said Linda Buntrock, senior vice president at Serigraph.
Headquartered in West Bend, Wisconsin, Serigraph is one of the nation's largest providers of innovative decorating solutions on plastics, providing creative graphic solutions to the Automotive, Medical, Power Sports, Appliance, Consumer Electronics, Sports and Outdoor, and Point-of-Purchase industries worldwide.
We're proud to represent the limited-edition serigraph version of Rick's latest achievement," says James Davidson, Vice President of The Brilbeck Collection.
Serigraphs of this work will be offered to collectors and sports enthusiasts through The Brilbeck Collection.
May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Fine art dealer The Brilbeck Collection is now offering museum-quality serigraphs and lithographs to collectors through a new "virtual gallery" on the World Wide Web.
When her husband, Bob, encouraged her to turn her attention to sports, Melanie created an 88-color serigraph, ``Let the Games Begin,'' of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.
Today, Cal Fed Bank installed the serigraph entitled "Quiet Courage" at its branch at 624 South Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles.
Botanical Serigraphs is the first compilation of the entire series of flora prints and writings created by Gene Bauer in the 1970s.
Scott, who owns an art publishing company in Northridge called Scott Arts Graphics, has exhibited her oil paintings and serigraphs in Japan, Africa and Europe.
This exhibition included virtually his entire output between 1983 and 1994:25 paintings, 246 preparatory drawings, watercolor studies, and serigraphs.