How to make Crickets Making Salted Paper Prints for Crickets
Projects tagged with ''nature''
2019 - Ongoing
Collodion Wet-plate collodion photogram on stone, stand made of welded steel and rock - 3.5"x5" up to 8"x8" not including stand
The “Anthropocene” fossils are imaginary records of flora and fauna that might be found in a future geologic era. They are evidence of what was and hints of how it might have been extinguished. Just as the real fossils found by humans fill in the story of what lived and how it died in earlier geologic era, these created fossils are evidence what what might be becoming extinct as a result of human activity.
The unique (edition of 1) collodion wet-plate glass negatives are 4.25"x5.5" and can be contact printed as salted paper prints or silver gelatin prints. All images have been scanned and are available as limited edition digital pigment print enlargements up to 40"x50".
Clematis is a climbing vine with gorgeous flowers. These photograms are of the flower after the bloom has wilted, lost its petals, and gone to seed. The clematis flowers are placed in the enlarger and projected onto a collodion wet-plate glass plate.
Originally photographed in the 1970's and 80's, three portfolios of 24 prints were printed in 2008 at 20"x16" and are titled, signed numbered and dated on the verso.
The Elk Mountain Range portfolio is a series of B&W aerial photographs of the backcountry surrounding Aspen, Colorado. It grew out of a project to create an atlas of photographs to assist the volunteers of Mountain Rescue Aspen in planning rescues of people who experience the dark side of the mountains and also to help helicopter pilots who were unfamiliar with the area to understand the challenges of flying at high elevation in rugged terrain.
Blog posts tagged with ''nature''
Imlay Gallery will be showing my Borderlands prints and Anthropocene sculptures in their booth at Photo LA January 30 to February 2 at the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica CA. The Anthropocene and Borderlands work can be seen here on my website and also on the Imlay Gallery’s Artsy site.
Two prints from the “Wald” series have been selected by curator Patricia G. Selden for the Art Connections 5 exhibit at the George Segal Gallery at Montclair State University. The show will be from January 15 through February 15, 2009. The opening reception is Sunday January 19th from 2-5 p.m.