Honorable Mention in the Alternative Process Category of the 11th Edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award

  Movement in Blue  (Tri-color gum bichromate over cyanotype)

Movement in Blue (Tri-color gum bichromate over cyanotype)

I am thrilled to have been awarded an Honorable Mention in the Alternative Processes category of the 11th Edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for Women Photographers.  And I'm doubly honored to be in such stellar company.

570 women photographers from 63 countries participated, submitting over 5700 images.  You can read more about it here, and see all the winners in each category.

Tri-color gum printing at Cullowhee Mountain Arts! Registration is now open.

I'll be teaching tri-color gum bichromate printing once again up at Cullowhee Mountain Arts, on the Western Carolina University campus, located in Cullowhee, in the beautiful cool North Carolina mountains.  The workshop runs June 24-29, and you can read all about it here. 

Come join me, and learn all about this beautiful, interpretive, and endlessly creative 19th century process!  No prior experience necessary.

 Valentine Roses 2018 (Tri-color gum bichromate)

Valentine Roses 2018 (Tri-color gum bichromate)

Depth of Field Biennial

I was honored to be invited to participate in the Depth of Field Biennial, organized by Rfotofolio.org-- with exhibition at the beautiful Center for Photographic Art, located in Carmel, California.  A big thanks to Brian Taylor, Director of the Center, and to Rfotofolio!  Beautiful exhibition and wonderful events.  The exhibit is on through May 20, 2018.  A catalog is available, which you can purchase here.

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L.A. PHOTO CURATOR: ALTERNATIVE TECHNIQUES IN IMAGE-MAKING

I am both honored and thrilled to be the Curator for L.A. Photo Curator, for the Call for Entry, 'Alternative Techniques in Image-Making.'  The deadline is February 17, and you can read all about it here.

L. A. Photo Curator is a great organization, showcasing the talent of creative photographic artists, and where 20% of the proceeds go to charity

I would love to see your work, and look forward to seeing the unique ways you choose to interpret your imagery!  

 

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Registration is now open! *

I look forward to being back out in Gilbert, Arizona, at the amazing Art Intersection, for a Gum over Platinum Workshop, April 7-8, 2018. This will be a fun workshop-- whether you're a newcomer or an old hand with these processes.  This is a perfect way to learn about each of these printing techniques, and how they can work together to create some beautiful imagery. So, come join us, and I look forward to seeing you there! 

Check out all the details here.  Registration is now open!  *THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL; A WAITLIST HAS BEEN STARTED; CHECK WITH ART INTERSECTION.

  Girl with Mask, Listening Vessel   ©DH Bloomfield 2017 (Gum over Platinum/Palladium)

Girl with Mask, Listening Vessel  ©DH Bloomfield 2017 (Gum over Platinum/Palladium)

Alchemists: Amy Friend and Diana H. Bloomfield

I am honored to be showing my work along with Amy Friend, at Panopticon Gallery's upcoming exhibition, Alchemists: Amy Friend and Diana H. Bloomfield, opening November 3.  Opening Reception is November 10, from 6-8 pm.  I'll be there, and I hope to see you there, too!  You can read more about the exhibit and see the images here.

  At Whiskey Bonding Barn, Molena  (Tri-color gum bichromate print) ©Diana H. Bloomfield 2017

At Whiskey Bonding Barn, Molena (Tri-color gum bichromate print) ©Diana H. Bloomfield 2017

(Re)View: At Home and Nearby, Exhibit - Art Intersection, Gilbert, Arizona

  Entrance , 2017 Gum Bichromate print©Diana H Bloomfield

Entrance, 2017 Gum Bichromate print©Diana H Bloomfield

I am honored to be showing my work at the amazing Art Intersection, in Gilbert Arizona, along with Katy Tuttle and Ernesto Esquer.  Opening Reception is Saturday, October 28, from 6-8, with an Artist Walk & Talk before that, beginning at 4:30.  I'll be there, and hope to see you there, too!  You can read more about the exhibit here.

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