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Lawrence Rugalo's "Gemini" among the works displayed in professor emeriti art show

August 4, 2008 | 5:07 p.m. CDT
A serigraph is the print created when ink is pushed through a stencil attached to a screen. Lawrence Rugolo's "Gemini" (1983), part of a current show at Bingham Gallery honoring three MU art professors, was originally done in black and white; color was added in the silkscreening process. The stencil in this case was made from a photograph.

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