2022 Field Gallery Show
This year's show photographs continue my exploration of my home, Martha's Vineyard. Year-round visual inspiration is found everywhere. And, the more and longer I look, the more I see, especially in locations I'm quite familiar with.
This year's archival pigment prints are supplemented by prints made using the 19th Century Cyanotype process, a wet darkroom process that lends itself to exciting experimentation, beyond sun prints and contact prints made from negatives. Included in the show are four 20x20" prints made without a camera or lens. They are abstract impressions made using only paper sensitized with cyanotype chemistry, essentially iron salts, and the sea and pond water found on the island. These are initial works in a longer term "Water Marks" series I will make in this way. Additional work will be added periodically.