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Water-based screenprinting today

TT
853
.S37
H46
2006

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Water-based screenprinting today :. from hands-on techniques to digital technology

Henning, Roni, 1939-

New York : Watson-Guptill Publications,.

144 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 27 cm.

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Includes index. Master printer Roni Henning has embraced water based screenprinting for its benefits to both the environment and her personal health. In this insightful guide, she has gathered the works, techniques, and experiences of many of the talented artists and printers with whom she has crossed paths during her own illustrious career, printing editions with the likes of Romare Bearden, Andy Warhol, and Jack Youngerman. Through the work of Bearden, Youngerman, and Gene Davis, among other top artists, you are guided through the traditional screenprinting process, form building and stretching a screen to color separations, color mixing, proofing, and printing. Henning discusses advances in techniques and process since the rise of water based screenprinting, the collaborative relationship between artist and printer, and monoprints and monotypes as art forms. Finally, the use of computers and image manipulation software to complement screenprinting is also investigated.

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ISBN:

978-0-8230-5728-3

Author:

Henning, Roni, 1939-

Title:

from hands-on techniques to digital technology / Roni Henning. Water-based screenprinting today :.

Publisher:

New York : Watson-Guptill Publications,.

Physical:

144 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 27 cm.

Summary:

Includes index. Master printer Roni Henning has embraced water based screenprinting for its benefits to both the environment and her personal health. In this insightful guide, she has gathered the works, techniques, and experiences of many of the talented artists and printers with whom she has crossed paths during her own illustrious career, printing editions with the likes of Romare Bearden, Andy Warhol, and Jack Youngerman. Through the work of Bearden, Youngerman, and Gene Davis, among other top artists, you are guided through the traditional screenprinting process, form building and stretching a screen to color separations, color mixing, proofing, and printing. Henning discusses advances in techniques and process since the rise of water based screenprinting, the collaborative relationship between artist and printer, and monoprints and monotypes as art forms. Finally, the use of computers and image manipulation software to complement screenprinting is also investigated.

Subject:

Serigraphy--Technique.

Subject:

Screenprinting--Water-based technique.

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