To create a serigraph, the printmaker separates all of the
colors in the image. These color separations are then
photographically burned onto four silk screens (stencils).
The silk screens are lined up (or registered) together on
the press. Each color is then hand printed one color at a
time, layering the colors to create the final serigraph.
Wes Beyer moved to Truckee, California in 1978. Always
interested in the outdoors, art and music, Wes has fused
his knowledge as a graphic artist with his love of nature
and local subject matter to create hand printed fine art in
the medium of serigraphs.
A print made by the silk-screen process
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