silkscreens

All of these prints are unique and created individually by me. Each color is individually applied by pulling the ink through a stenciled screen.

The print editions are small because of the this timely process. Silkscreen was derived from a stencil process and has been used by sign painters since 1938 for labeling, posters, bottles and fabrics. A nylon mesh (screen) is stretched over a wooden frame, coated with a photographic emulsion and an image is burned into the light-sensitive emulsion. The framed screen is place on the surface to be printed, an ink is pressed through the framed screen with a rubber squeegee. This process requires separate screens for each color. The image can then be duplicated using the various screens.

Round One
Round One

12" x 12" Silkscreen edition of 20

Round One Mojito
Round One Mojito

12" x 12" Silkscreen Print edition of 20

Queen of Hearts
Queen of Hearts

12" x 12" Silkscreen Print edition of 12

Love More (white)
Love More (white)

12" x 12" Silkscreen Print edition of 12 SOLD OUT

Love More (Red)
Love More (Red)

12" x 12" Silkscreen Print edition of 12 SOLD OUT

Sunshine
Sunshine

12" x 12" Silkscreen Print edition of 20

Barrio
Barrio

12" x 12" Silkscreen Print edition of 20 SOLD OUT

Blak
Blak

18" x 18" Silkscreen Print edition of 20

Dragstrip
Dragstrip

18" x 18" Silkscreen Print edition of 20

Candy
Candy

18" x 18" Silkscreen Print edition of 20

I want to be 20
I want to be 20

24" x 24" Silkscreen Print edition of 20

Popsicle
Popsicle

6" x 6" Silkscreen Print edition of 20

Busted Pop
Busted Pop

6" x 6" Silkscreen Print edition of 12

Cars
Cars

6" x 6" Silkscreen Print edition of 20

Zip Gas
Zip Gas

6" x 6" Silkscreen Print edition of 20