I am honored to have been invited to show some of my gum bichromate prints in Alchemical Ensemble: New Visions in Historic Photographic Processes, at the Sidney Larson Gallery of Columbia College, in Columbia, Missouri.
The show opens today, October 19, and runs through November 27. A reception and gallery talk will be held Friday, October 23, from 5 - 7 pm. A huge thanks goes to Scott McMahon, who curated this exhibit.
New Visions in Historic Photographic Process
showcasing 20 artists from the United States, United Kingdom, Poland and Germany
October 19 - November 27
Reception & Gallery Talk: Friday, Oct. 23rd from 5-7pm
Blurring the Lines: Alchemical Ensemble show focuses on obscure processes, review by Amy Wilder.
" . . . The practice of alchemy was centered on transforming materials. These photographers paint with light and transform the page with chemistry and keep the mystery and awe of photography and the illusory visual world alive in their work.
Photography is a mysterious process, even after centuries of use and practice, even after a transmutation to pixels, ones and zeros. The challenge and mystery of the work draws some artists like moths; the best of these create haunting, seemingly haunted, work."
And you can read the entire review here.