A Study of Serigraphy: Its Origins, Techniques, and Application to the Creation of Light Effects
Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Art & Design
The purpose of this study was to relate silk screen processes to the intrinsic qualities of light in nature. Due to recent broad experimentation by artists using silk screen and photoscreen, the problem became significant.
The past was examined for possible links to the researcher's current study. The writer investigated techniques in an effort to gain knowledge of light effects in nature. The materials used by the writer were paper stencil, glue, tusche and glue, direct and transfer photo-screen. Poster and process inks were utilized. Thirteen works were presented as evidence of the study.
Stenhjem, Paul A., "A Study of Serigraphy: Its Origins, Techniques, and Application to the Creation of Light Effects" (1972). Theses and Dissertations. 3401.