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Glass coating rod, platinum-palladium sensitizer, syringe, after coating a sheet of paper. Sunday, printing, thinking, writing… three different work surfaces in the studio, within a few minutes. Time recedes as a pathway, and finding links across many realms becomes the most prominent process. Enough… back to the print. Woodcuts by Yoshitoshi from ‘One Hundred Aspects […]
Pamela Heemskerk, platinum-palladium (1:1) print on Reich CT, Malde-Ware system, Cone Editions workshop, 2018, 10×8 inches I taught a workshop last year at Cone Editions Press in Vermont. A wonderful group of photographers and printmakers gathered for four days and learned about the nuances of making platinum/palladium prints. We used methods designed by Cone Editions […]
Robin Gillanders and a few other friends have asked what my work-flow is for scanning prints that I’ve been posting here. Here goes: Epson Expression 10000 XL flatbed scanner, reflective (I also have a transparency head for negatives) Epson Scan software (I have tried other drivers, but this is a clear interface and does the […]
Kiran with Baking Soda Poultice June 2012 It is that time of year. This little guy has racked up 4 stings in just as many months. The poultice seems to work.
Kiran. Luca. Gravity. St. George Island, FL. November, 2011
gingerbread M december 2009