Monthly Archives: February 2012

A Couple Prints in the Right Direction

Mixing the 21st and 19th centuries is giving me the joy of both worlds and a huge lesson in patience.  Being accustomed to having to take a couple of days to get some prints just the way I want them … Continue reading

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Long Live Film!

Though you can’t tell from a computer monitor, the vast majority of my artwork is still film-based and printed in a darkroom.  It’s not better than digital but it is different than digital.  There is a quality to the shading … Continue reading

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There’s Local Talent Everywhere

Just a quick note to remind everyone that no matter where you are, there is good, local talent in your backyard.  You just have to look for it. WHYY- Wilmington on Delaware By Hand Masterworks    

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Let it Snow! Let it Glow!

As I write today, the yo-yo winter we’ve been having is giving me warm, blue skies and sunshine.  Perfect day for shooting?  Last week I had an even better photo day.  Pea-soup fog over a snowy landscape gave me a … Continue reading

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