Serigraphy is a rather fancy term for silkscreen printing. It derives from “seri,” which is Latin for “silk,” and “graphos,” which is Ancient Greek for “writing.” The word is used to distinguish the artistic use of the medium from its more common commercial use.

Carry makes her serigraphs using tissue-paper stencils cut with a scalpel. Typically the editions are of 10 or fewer.

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