"I received a Bachelor of Arts in 1971 with concentrations in cinema and printmaking. In 1976 I received my Masters of Art degree from Humboldt State University. I knew how much fun and excitement I could have being a screen printer (serigrapher).
"I still know in order to pull it off, I need to be a mechanic, an electrician, and most of all an alchemist. I love the interaction of shapes and colors. When things are going right the image achieves a hypnotic vibrancy. It’s fun to see it
seem to take its first breaths and begin to live.
"The thing I find most exciting about serigraphy is the self-publishing dynamic. I produce multiples, yet they are all originals and individual. When a good one takes off it can acquire a social life of its own. It can pop-up anywhere in the world. They can acquire a kind of currency that represents a shared value and experience. If I can produce something that makes everyone richer, that’s exciting!
"I also have signed art cards from my original serigraphs. The cards are sized to float in an 8”x10” frame and may also be matted in a larger standard frame for gifting.
"Several of my artwork can be found on my website as well as my 30 retrospective book with not only artwork but my biography. You can visit my website at www.wesaart.com."