Layer after layer of ink went on the sheet of paper in shades of blue, yellow, red, pink and orange.
Artist Laurie Wright screened a single image on her paper in one color, then would return over and over to include different images. Over the course of time, a work of art would emerge.
Wright has transitioned from a 20-year career in commercial printing into a successful silk-screen artist. Using a technique called serigraphy, she imprints colorful, bombastic designs over the course of 200 different runs of paint.