Joyce Tenneson

In the early 1970’s Joyce Tenneson began creating her own photographic paper by applying silver emulsion with a brush to watercolor paper, creating images with a painterly effect. Tenneson creates a world that seems to exist outside of time seeking to make the invisible visible.
, 'Self-Portrait,' 1972, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Self-Portrait, 1972

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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, 'Partitioned Shell,' ca. 1976, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Partitioned Shell, ca. 1976

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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, 'Two Feet Plus One,' 1981, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Two Feet Plus One, 1981

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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, 'Woman's Back and Shells,' 1980, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Woman's Back and Shells, 1980

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

Contact Gallery
, 'Alexander's Back,' 1979, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Alexander's Back, 1979

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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, 'Alex Holding Wing,' 1979, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Alex Holding Wing, 1979

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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, 'Opened Eggshells ,' 1972, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Opened Eggshells , 1972

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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, 'Alexander and Guardian,' 1980, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Alexander and Guardian, 1980

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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, 'Nude in Veil,' 1976, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Nude in Veil, 1976

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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, 'Vacant Dress,' ca. 1978, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Vacant Dress, ca. 1978

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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, 'Alex at Six,' 1978, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Alex at Six, 1978

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

Contact Gallery
, 'Self Portrait and Lily,' 1973, Dowling Walsh

Joyce Tenneson

Self Portrait and Lily, 1973

Dowling Walsh

$7,500

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