I refer to my work as "digital serigraphy" because the layering process used to create each image is similar to that used in creating a serigraph.
I begin in a traditional manner by drawing with black ink or paint on a white surface to create each of the separate layers that will make up the final image. Some images require only a few drawings, while others may need 20 or more.
I then take each of those individual drawings and make an electronic scan of each one. Next I use a computer illustration program to individually import, assemble and apply color to each of these layer scans and compose the final image. Finally, the image is digitally printed as
a limited edition using archival pigment on traditional printmaking paper.