I just finished printing the photographs for my show in Bedford which opens on November 3. The show will consist of two distinct portfolios. A Journey Across Wales has 20 images captured during my May 2010 visit to South Wales. Monochromatic Visions has 31 images and includes several platinum/palladium prints made on hand coated paper. All images are printed on 100% cotton rag paper. With the exception of the platinum prints, they have all been printed with archival pigment inks using an Epson 7900 HDR printer. Longevity of the color prints is estimated at 80 to 100 years which is well in excess of of conventional color printing. The black & white prints are estimated to have a longevity of 200 to 400 years which is equivalent to traditional black and white silver printing. All longevity estimates are based on proper display and storage and have been obtained from Wilhelm Imaging (http://www.wilhelm-research.com/)
Picacho Peak Arizona
Colorado River in the Grand Canyon National Park Arizona
My photograph High Street was recently accorded an "Honorable Mention" at the Artists in Our Midst: Art in Common Annual Juried Exhibition. The exhibition is being held at the Southern Alleghenies Musuem of Art in Altoona through December 3, 2010. All three photographs below were accepted into this exhibition.
Two of my photographs have been selected to appear in the 3rd Southern Appalachian Artist Guild National Juried Show in Blue Ridge, Georgia. The show opened on October 16, 2010 and will run until November 12, 2010. Please go to Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Association for additional information on the show.
Dr Annettee Blaugrund selected the two photographs below to be part of the total 158 pieces she selected for the show. 155 artistis from 23 states submitted 424 images to be judged.