20"x24" Cibachrome photograms - 50 images in the series - edition of 1. All images have been scanned and are also available as limited edition digital pigment prints.
20"x16" Silver-Gelatin photograms - 10 images in the series - edition of 1. All images have been scanned and are also available as limited edition digital pigment prints.Read more
WALD PROJECT Exhibitions “Art Connections 5”, George Segal Gallery, Montclair NJ, January 2009 “Wald”, Gallery 51, 51 Church Street, Montclair NJ, June 2009 “Diversity”, Adirondack Center for the Arts, Blue Mountain Lake NY, August 2010 “Of Three Minds”, Virginia Block Gallery, Montclair NJ, September 2010
Pinhole camera 10"x8" Ilfochrome unique direct prints and 10"x8" unique direct Silver-Gelatin prints, 25"x20" digital collage of multiple prints
The inspiration for the Wald Project was to capture the view when awakening from a nap under a tree. Or maybe what one might dream when napping under the tree. These pinhole pictures of the trees Wald explore how the forest stimulates the human imagination evoking emotions from fantasy to fear.
20"x16" unique silver gelatin photograms, edition of 1
5.5"x4.25" collodion wet-plate photograms on glass, edition of 1
All images have been scanned and are available as limited edition digital pigment prints.
Photograms of balls of wire exposed directly on silver-gelatin paper or collodion wet-plate glass negatives.
4.25"x5.5" Collodion Wet-Plate on Glass and Aluminum, 8"x10" Silver-Gelatin prints, Digital Prints
MOMENTO is a collection of human experiences and the technological dreams triggered by our cameras. The cameras capture our experience in mere fractions of seconds, but the cameras themselves endure to reflect the technology and aspirations of their eras. The memories we connect to the cameras are significant, sentimental and cherished.
3.25"x3.75" to 40" x 48" collaged Cibachrome prints archivally mounted on museum board. Limited editions. Some of the images have been scanned and are available as limited edition digital pigment prints.
Assemblages are collaged Cibachrome prints. Images captured with analog camera film and printed on Cibachrome were cut and assembled to make an abstract or pattern.
Ascent explores this evolution from today’s analog man to tomorrow’s digital man. As today's environment of digital interrelationships evolves from history’s analog world man continues to change and adapt. In my Ascent project, I utilize historic analog photographic processes and cutting edge digital modeling technologies to create 3 dimensional digital sculptures from 2 dimensional analog photograms. The technologies evolve similarly to the evolution of man.
The gelatin silver process is the photographic process used with currently available black-and-white films and printing papers. A suspension of silver salts in gelatin is coated onto a support such as glass, flexible plastic or film, baryta paper, or resin-coated paper. These light-sensitive materials are stable under normal keeping conditions and are able to be exposed and processed even many years after their manufacture. It was commonly used for analog black and white photography throughout the 20th century and still used for fine-art applications today.