Archive for May 9th, 2014
Calotypes, finally!
Calotypes, finally!

After watching several workshops make calotypes – one of the earliest forms of photography – I finally got a chance to make that step back in time myself. The process is a little slower and more tedious than some, and with vellum dripping wet with silver nitrate, a whole lot sloppier than most. First you […]

Muted Landscapes
Muted Landscapes

Back when I started to get excited about tri-color gum printing I thought I’d begin with some bolder colors – seemed obvious and somehow easier. Don’t know if it is either of those, but it made sense to me! As I’ve looked at other artists’ tri-color prints, and especially as I’ve researched watercolor pigments and […]