Thursday, February 23, 2012

Diffusion IV

look for my work this Spring in the fourth edition of Diffusion Magazine

"Diffusion is an independent, reader-supported annual that highlights and celebrates unconventional photographic processes and photo related artwork. Diffusion strives to spotlight artists pushing the boundaries of traditional photographic processes as well as introducing new and innovative voices through articles, interviews, and image galleries.

Described as ‘a wonderful bundle of inspiration,’ Diffusion is supported by an audience of photographers, gallery directors, educators and art enthusiasts worldwide."

(quoted from -

Monday, February 20, 2012

MPLS Photo Center

"Black & White: The Absence of Color"
March 9 - April 22
Opening reception March 9th, 7-10pm

photogravure titled "Campsite Quanta"
This is the black & white version
(bone black with a little bit of thalo red mixed in)
There are 10 in this edition and
an edition of 10 in sepia

here is a link to the Flickr stream from the opening reception

and some more photos of the installation taken without people in front of the art

Friday, February 17, 2012

uforge gallery

March 1 - 25
reception March 1st
6-8 pm

If you are in the Boston area, you are invited to stop by and see the show!

This piece is an etching/aquatint colored with watercolor.
(The one in this show is #8 in an edition of 10. About half of the edition is gone, so snatch it up if you like it)

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Colorado Mesa University

February 20 - March 23
Reception on Friday, February 24
6:00 - 9:00 pm

These four toned and drawn-on cyanotypes will be in the show.
If you are in the Grand Junction area, stop by and check it out!

Thursday, February 09, 2012

Vandyke brownprints

I made blue pictures (cyanotypes). Now is time to make brown pictures.

This process is more sensitive so should reveal some more subtle detail. It also has some toning options that can provide a different black.
(these photos are during developing. The images darken to a nice rich brown as they dry, and then there's toning)