I won't be there for the opening reception
(October 5 from 5 - 9 pm),
but I'm happy to be included in the show at such a great gallery,
and psyched that I'll be in town a week later,
so will be able to see all the beautiful work that was selected.
(here is the photogravure of mine that will be included
titled "Winter Canyon"
This post is an encouragement to all artists who make inkjet negatives and are reluctant to experiment because of the expense of high-quality transparency material. Why not look to other industries? Photographers are not the only ones who require high-quality transparencies that hold a lot of ink. My background is in printmaking. Screen printers have made the transition from image setters and wet darkroom negatives to inkjet transparencies too.
Below are links to films I found with a quick internet search. I have not tested them, but wanted to give you and idea of how much is out there. Some is proprietary, some is just relabeled transparency from the same factories overseas. Less than $50 for a box of 100 (8.5 x 11) should encourage great experiments.