A serigraph is a fine art print that is made using the silk screen printing process. Each color in these exquisite prints is printed separately by using a squeegy-like tool to push the colored ink through the fine mesh of a silk screen. The creation of a serigraph is a very time-consuming and highly skilled process. Up to 30 colors are used in these prints, each one requiring a separate silk screen "plate" and precise registration to assure that the image remains as crisp and vibrant as the original painting it was derived from. The prints are limited editions, printed on heavy acid-free, archival-quality paper
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