I’m very pleased and thrilled to announce the entrants whose work has been accepted into the Rendering The Spirit: The Personal Image in Alternative Media exhibition at Glen Echo Photoworks. We accepted twelve artists showing a very diverse range of subject matter and technique, from wet plate collodion to photogravure to lumen prints. The exhibit is also very geographically diverse – works are coming from Texas, the Washington DC area, Switzerland, Germany and Japan.
The honored artists are:
Atalie Day Brown (Maryland)
Barbara Maloney (Maryland)
Bruce Schultz (Louisiana)
Dan Schlapbach (Maryland)
Erik Larsen (Colorado)
Eddie Hirschfield (Virginia)
Hendrik Faure (Germany)
Ian Leake (Switzerland)
John Sarsgard (New York)
Leena Jayaswal (Maryland)
Marek Matusz (Texas)
Yugo Ito (Japan)
A few featured works from the exhibition:
14×17 inches, digital relievo wet plate collodion ambrotype. There is a digital print behind the glass ambrotype image, creating a relief like a traditional relievo ambrotype
8×10 inch tintype (direct-positive, wet-collodion on aluminum plate)
11×14 Palladiotype on Herschel paper
11×14 inch lumen print
2 thoughts on “Rendering The Spirit: Selectees Announced!”
Very excited to be selected.
Could you list my origin also (Louisiana) on the announcement? I suppose I didn’t include that in my entry.
Of course- I’ll correct it immediately.