Two of Marsha Burn's silver gelatin prints from the "Dreamers" series created between 1978 -1980. The series includes twelve photographs.
White wall: Work by Dianne Kornberg, "The landscapes were photographed on a geology trip to Greenland (“Kulusuk") and Iceland in 2002. I used a medium format film camera, and printed on Hahnemuhle rag paper.";
Grey wall: Work by Glenn Rudoplh
"My photographs are reflections of the world around me. The images are captured during walks in the streets of populated areas in Peru (particularly Arequipa, my home town) and other countries in Latin America and Europe where I set temporary residence for weeks at a time to familiarize myself with the culture and the geography. My work is not meant to be judgmental of the things I see. The photographs are like chronicles of whatever catches my eye during those walks." -Eduardo Calderón
Carolyn Krieg,Image:"Stalled Mare", 2016, archival pigment print 1/5, 28 x 18.5”, 32x27.5" framed. In a recent interview the artist spoke about her process, "In one sense, that of observation, my process is the same. Out in the world I look with “new” eyes and “soft” eyes and the rest of my senses. This seeing directs my camera as I angle to capture whatever amazes me. In the studio I intuitively “emerge” the final pieces with drawing and painting techniques, still using “new” and “soft” eyes."
"I start with film and/or digital photographs that I combine and work on in Photoshop. My work is some kind of hybrid that combines my painting, drawing and photography backgrounds. I do extensive proofing before printing finished images—that I can make the print myself is an important part of my process." Dianne Kornberg, from a recent interview.
Andrew Yates, left image: "Snowy Lake Connecticut, Winter", 2003, archival digital print, 12.5 x 16.5"; right image: "Junction Drainage Streams, Cuckmere", 2006, archival digital print ed. 2/12, 11.75 x 16.5"
Work by Glenn Rudolph.
Grey wall: Work by Carolyn Krieg
White wall: Work by Marsha Burns