Silkscreen (serigraph) printing involves the use of a stencil burned onto a mesh screen stretched over a wood frame. Ink poured directly onto the frame is forced through the open areas of the stencil. This action produces an image when the underside of the screen comes in contact with the paper. Every color requires a repeat of this process using a new stencil. These finished pieces range from 6 to 15 colors. The editions are small in number. All of the work is hand produced solely by the artist.