Category Archives: Serigraphy/Silkscreen print

“Time” Screen print

“Time” is the last one in a trilogy of screen prints including “Time /2012” and “2012” which I have recently posted in this blog.   I created these prints using the same stencils but with variations in color to explore … Continue reading

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WOW, We made it through the End of the Mayan Long Count calendar!

Yes!  It is 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time in the United States of America! As we may have individually or collectively celebrated the Winter Solstice or not, we have intellectually witnessed the end of the ancient Maya calendar and globally … Continue reading

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“Sol de Metal”, A Visitor from the Past…

Today, while organizing a series of prints, I found this visitor from the past, “Sol de Metal”! I had completely forgotten about this silkscreen print produced in four colors on sample paper in 1983.  This is the only print (# … Continue reading

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An Abstract design for a universal blank note card.

Silkscreen printing is a wonderful means of artistic expression and a formidable artisanal medium for mass producing works of art on paper such as prints, posters and greeting note cards. In the days I was a graphic designer/silkscreen printer, I … Continue reading

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“African Savannah”

The enduring inspiration of West and South African colors and designs was translated into this silkscreen print to complement the design and contrast with the colors of my previous “Rainforest” print.  “African Savannah” was the last of 5 print designs … Continue reading

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“Rainforest”

This was the fourth print design in a series of 5 prints I produced at the Corcoran School of Art’s serigraphy studio going every Saturday, three hours each day, for six consecutive Saturdays from late June to late July, 1994. … Continue reading

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The Universal Poetry of Pablo Neruda

Although I admire and enjoy the poetry of many poets in the Spanish language, it is the poetry of Pablo Neruda I find universal to the multi-cultural spirit and multi-ethnic heritage of our present-day civilization.   http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/1971/neruda-bio.html Personally speaking, the popular … Continue reading

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