Silk Screen Serigraph
I worked for a commercial screenprinter in Adelaide when I was 17, cutting stencils.
I acquired it as a fine-art medium and a means of making multiple image editions, from David Rose, who taught the subject at the National Art School, Sydney.
From 1986—2004 I produced over 30 print editions, mostly in runs of less than 30.
Some individual prints from some editions are still available.
Print sizes varies from 28 x 23 — 94 x 76 cms
These works are all produced from hand drawn, not photographic stencils. While lacking the crisp definition of photo-stencil, it is a simpler process, more mobile, and easy to set-up and maintain on a modest budget.