Gum bichromate using Tennessee earth, wildflower and ash
7.5" x 5.5"
"My work utilizes the photographic process called gum bichromate. Instead of using traditional in camera negatives, I create digital paper negatives using various softwares and scanners to create imagery.
Gum bichromate typically uses watercolor as pigment, but I experiment using various organic materials such as blood, soil, wildflowers and ash to bring monochromatic colors to the photographs. Each print is made of materials that are found on site and exposed to the sun, rooting them in a specific place and time."
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This piece is part of the exhibition Nuance: Craftsmanship, Imagination, Innovation, on view in the Sally D Francisco Gallery through May 19th. Purchased pieces can be picked up or shipped after this date.