Polaroid

Playing around in the studio with a Polaroid SLR 680 SE that was recently given to me. The film’s not cheap but I love it!

 


Photo Lab Index — Polaroid original

 

Formula No. 2 — Polaroid original

 

Vase — Polaroid original

 

Open Edition Prints

 

There’s a new section on my website — Open Edition Prints. With an open edition the prints are not limited in number to 10 or 15 prints, for example, as many of the other images are.

 

They are still printed in platinum-palladium and to the same high quality as any of my other prints. They are stamped, signed and titled but their smaller size and availability are reflected in the lower price. Shipping within the U.S.A. is included too. The Open Edition Prints page can be found here.

 

Artist Panel Discussion

 

I’ll be taking part in a roundtable discussion on photogravure at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts next month, along with three other practitioners of the process. This is free and open to the public – all are welcome and no reservation is required.

Photogravure is an art form with traditions in both photography and printing. Join us for a panel discussion on this unique process with artists Marvel Grégoire, Keith Taylor, and Carol Inderieden, moderated by Jes Lee Shimek. Discussion will include a short history of the medium, techniques and tools used, and reflections from artists on their experiences with the process.

Minnesota Center for Book Arts
1011 Washington Avenue S
Minneapolis MN 55415
(612) 215-2520
November 14th, 6pm

 

 

Kelmscott Manor, England

Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire, England — Platinum-palladium print, 5 x 5″ image, open edition.

 

Kelmscott Manor, in Oxfordshire, was the country home of Arts and Crafts pioneer William Morris between 1871 and his death in 1896. This house would see guests like Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Edward Burne-Jones and the architect Philip Webb.

 

The attic was also the location for the famous Frederick H. Evans image In the Attics although it’s purpose now is as a small museum.