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STEM in Art Class

I came across a very interesting post today by Valerie Strauss at the Washington Post citing many of the benefits of art classes.  She talks about creativity, focus, collaboration, taking criticism, and other very general skills that can be carried … Continue reading

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After the Snap pt. 2

Today I’m going to show you just how I go from a digitally captured black-and-white to a polished photo and then to a transparency for the final product for this particular image – an anthotype print.  Although this project was … Continue reading

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No New Subjects, But…

They say that there are no new subjects and that what is left is each individual’s take on the subject that is important.  I would strongly emphasize this point to anyone who works to re-create other artists’ work down to … 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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And Now For the Next Trick

Here’s the newest camera gadget to come down the pike and what an invention!  It allows you to change the focus AFTER you take the picture! http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/22/technology/22camera.html?_r=1&hp I played around with their web site and it is interesting to see … Continue reading

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