Salish Sea by Alfredo Arreguin, 15-color Limited Edition Serigraph

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3-08385

In our 2nd collaboration with award winning Seattle artist Alfredo Arreguín and in conjunction with Master Printer Kerstin Graudins, Made In Washington is honored to announce the exclusive release of Salish Sea, a limited edition serigraph. It is a beautiful rendition of a typical Northwest coastal scene in Arreguín’s signature style ─ pattern painting which arises from the fusion of the real and the imaginary. 

Overhead, a flock of snow geese make their way towards the sea stacks near the shoreline and cross the sun in the distance.  In the serene ocean, the sudden breaching and spyhopping acrobatics of two Orcas instantly remind us of the thrill it is to encounter Orcas in the wild. The majestic Southern Resident J, K, and L Pods or the Transient Pods are typically seen in our waters from May through October.

Salish Sea is a 22”(h) x 27”(w) hand pulled silk screen printed in 15 colors after the 2017 original 48” x 60” oil on canvas of the same title by the artist.  It is printed with TW Graphics and Speedball waterbased inks on acid-free Stonehenge Aqua Hot Press 140 lb. paper.   The edition is signed in pencil by the artist and is limited to a total of 172 prints (1/2 – 2/2 PP Printer Proofs; 1/1 AP – 1/20 AP Artist Proofs and 1/100 – 150/150 in the regular edition). 

  • Limited to 172 prints
  • Paper Size 22"(h) x 27"(w),  Image Size 18¾"(h) x 23½"
  • Titled, Numbered and Signed in pencil
  • Includes Certificate of Authenticity
  • Comes in a clear protective sleeve 22¼”(h) x 27⅛”(l)
  • Screens were destroyed after the print run
  • Artist biography included 
$275.00

In our 2nd collaboration with award winning Seattle artist Alfredo Arreguín and in conjunction with Master Printer Kerstin Graudins, Made In Washington is honored to announce the exclusive release of Salish Sea, a limited edition serigraph. It is a beautiful rendition of a typical Northwest coastal scene in Arreguín’s signature style ─ pattern painting which arises from the fusion of the real and the imaginary. 

Overhead, a flock of snow geese make their way towards the sea stacks near the shoreline and cross the sun in the distance.  In the serene ocean, the sudden breaching and spyhopping acrobatics of two Orcas instantly remind us of the thrill it is to encounter Orcas in the wild. The majestic Southern Resident J, K, and L Pods or the Transient Pods are typically seen in our waters from May through October.

Salish Sea is a 22”(h) x 27”(w) hand pulled silk screen printed in 15 colors after the 2017 original 48” x 60” oil on canvas of the same title by the artist.  It is printed with TW Graphics and Speedball waterbased inks on acid-free Stonehenge Aqua Hot Press 140 lb. paper.   The edition is signed in pencil by the artist and is limited to a total of 172 prints (1/2 – 2/2 PP Printer Proofs; 1/1 AP – 1/20 AP Artist Proofs and 1/100 – 150/150 in the regular edition). 

  • Limited to 172 prints
  • Paper Size 22"(h) x 27"(w),  Image Size 18¾"(h) x 23½"
  • Titled, Numbered and Signed in pencil
  • Includes Certificate of Authenticity
  • Comes in a clear protective sleeve 22¼”(h) x 27⅛”(l)
  • Screens were destroyed after the print run
  • Artist biography included 
About The Maker

About Alfredo Arreguín

(Seattle, Washington)

Fine artist Alfredo Arreguín was born in 1935 in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. At age 9, Arreguín became the youngest pupil at the Morelia School of Fine Art. At age 13 he moved to Mexico City, living there for eleven years until he came to the United States in 1959.  Arreguín resides in Seattle, where he earned BA (1967) and MFA (1969) degrees from the University of Washington. Among his awards are the Humanitarian Award by the Washington State Legislature, the Governor's Arts Award from the State of Washington, and a National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artists Fellowship. He has had over 37 Solo exhibitions throughout the US and in Spain and his work is in the permanent collection of  the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.

Master Printer Kerstin Graudins is a graduate of the University of Washington, BFA (1999) and NYU with an MFA (2004) in Fine and Studio Arts and has been the Printmaking Instructor at the Pratt Fine Arts Center since 2006.

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