Limited Edition PRINTS
prints are available through Tabla Rasa Gallery at Artsy
The first three cut paper images in my Coney Island series were translated into serigraphs, or silkscreen prints by two master printmakers and are printed with oil base inks on Arches paper:
SHOOTING GALLERY#2 , 1979 and CLOCK & CHUTE, 1981 were printed by Marie Dormuth, NYC.
THIS WAY OUT , 1987 was printed by Roni Henning, NYC.
*SHOOTING GALLERY #2 and CLOCK & CHUTE are in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum.
"THIS WAY OUT" is in the collection of the Brooklyn Historical Society"
ARCHIVAL PIGMENT PRINTS
Other titles are Archival Pigment Prints (aka giclee prints.)
A high res digital scan is made from the original cut paper art and then it is printed on archival paper. Archival inks have a gauranteed life of 100 years. Contact us with any questions or comments.
Left: Philomena Marano holding serigraph, THIS WAY OUT
Photo credit: Alexs Rud, Daily News