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Cosmic Encounters-Rita Simon-Serigraph

Cosmic EncountersBy Rita Simon

$851.99
24" x 31"
Serigraph
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About This Piece
The Art
This silkscreen print was produced in an unknown edition size It is signed and numbered by the artistbr br Also known as silk screening serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens resulting in an art print that resembles a painting on paperbr br This print is a rare and collectable work of art As such it may show minor signs of handling aging or original printing defects It is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better

This serigraph is an artisan print with a stunning paint-like vibrancy and viscosity. Also known as screen printing or silk screening, serigraphy is a printing process by which inks are forced through a mesh screen and applied to the surface of the print. The result is a brilliantly hued work of art that retains its beauty for a lifetime.
Product ID: 16993852152A
The Artist
Rita Simon (Atirnomis), American (1938 - )<br/><br/>Rita Simon's prints are striking visuals. Where no idea or image is out of bounds, Simon reaches beyond conventional understanding to depict un-worldly concepts she fantasizes. Says she: "I use elements of reality to creat my own reality."<br/>Her complex and dream-like prints are more like visions in mystery. Familiar objects such as spheres, eyes, balls of yarn, birds, and windows and mirrors lighten her vision and mystify ours. Her fascination with mirrors and reflections was previously apparent in her signature - ATIRNOMIS - Rita Simon spelled backwards. In 1971 and again in 1974, her work was exhibited in the windows of two dozen Madison Avenue galleries, an exhibition that brought her a great amount of attention, and positive press coverage.