Through the medium of silk-screen, also known as serigraphy. I've been able to reproduce my designs in volume, usually 100 at a time. It is like having 100 canvases on which to experiment, using different colors of papers and inks, varying the color blends as I go along. Thus, no two prints are alike. As an artist, I've been able to sell my work inexpensively, to communicate and share with others. Unlike mass-produced machine prints, each silk-screen print is made step by step, each color a seperate printing.
Besides doing posters for the Monterey Jazz Festival and the Abbot Kinney Street Fair in Venice, I enjoy making theater posters for the Oregon Shakespeare Theater and Oregon State University.