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While I’m shooting I may see a hint of a landscape or cloud I plan to use later, but mostly I just shoot what looks interesting and know I will have ‘discovery’ later as I get them into the computer and see what I have. I do not change the color of an image, I just bring up the saturation and contrast and that usually reveals gorgeous color combinations and textures that I would never think of creating on my own. It’s magical and I feel a bit of alchemy as I transform an image of scrapyard castoffs to a...
You're invited to a solo show of my work at Dodson's Fine Jewelers and Gallery, 516 W Riverside Ave, Spokane, WA. Please join me for an Artist's Reception, Friday, Nov. 4th from 5 pm to 8 pm. The show runs through the month of November 2016.
In giclee printing no screen or other mechanical devices are used and therefore there is no visible dot screen pattern. The image has all the tonalities and hues of the original digital image. I use special light-fast inks, which, if kept out of the sun, will remain true for up to 25 years. Image shown titled, "River Pass"
I am mounting one of my archival pigment giclee prints from my 7600 Epson wide format printer. I use a safe adhesive from Glue Safe company to adhere the print to the custom box mount.
I am at my Epson 7600 wide format printer printing one of my abstract digital images of urban entropy, a weathered rusty metal surface. I seek out these shots with my Nikon D-90 in scrapyards, alley, and other rough outdoor urban areas. I print the image on hot press cotton fiber paper and use archival pigment inks to create my prints.