Monk with umbrella, 32×48 cm / 12×18 in.
33x50cm – 12x18in
on Hand Made Paper
A Hand-pulled Serigraph is a fine art product and will always have value. It is not a no-value print done by a machine. A hand-pulled Serigraph is a quality print made often by leading printmaking artists, including Andy Warhol, who could be sold for thousands to millions of dollars. Hand-pulled Serigraph collecting is a great way to start an art collection. Unlike the digital printing process, a Hand-pulled Serigraph is a hand-made art process requiring a skilled artist and ancient print process skills. It is a very old technique, over 1000 years, that needs accuracy. Each image is limited to a numbered edition, heightened by the artist’s hand with acrylic paint, ink, and glitter. Stef’s Limited Edition Serigraphs are limited to 350 copies. Serigraphy is a fancy term for silkscreen printing, coming from “seri,” which is Latin for “silk,” and “graphos,” which is Ancient Greek for “writing.” Serigraph printing technique where a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil. If you have 6 colors in your serigraph, its means that we had to use six different silkscreens in order to be able to transfer six colors on the support. For his Serigrtaphs Collection, Stef uses a very strong and rough hand-made paper produced in the North of Thailand, called Saa paper. Stef’s Serigraphs are a must-have piece for someone who wants to start an art collection.
12 in stock