Consistent Variety explores the diverse world of silkscreen through the Roswell Museum and Art Center's collection. Visitors will follow the development of this printing process from its connections with the Works Progress Administration in the 1930s, to its central role in Pop Art. From the naturalistic landscapes of Louie Ewing to the Pop imagery of James Rosenquist, come lean about the history and process of this fascinating printing technique while exploring a diverse array of works.
Image: Louie Ewing, Rio Colorado, n.d., color serigraph on paper, 17" x 13". Gift of Carl C. Ewing, 1996.003.0037.