The latest posts from our bloggers.
Peter J. Blackburn explores the hoodwinking tendencies of technology and the web in relationship to art and the artist.
On a visit to Vashon Island, Washington State, Nancy Breslin visits Linda Stemer of blueprintsonfabric and sees demonstrations of wet plate collodion and tintypes by Victoria Anderson.
How does putting your images on the web change the way people see them? Here is Peter J. Blackburn’s take on this.
Tasha Lewis, a New York artist has plans to send swarms of cyanotype butterflies around the world.
Peter J. Blackburn offers closing remarks to complete his viewpoint as to the appropriate roles the web should play in promoting our art.
Writer and photography / Nancy Breslin Among the work on display by students graduating from the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design are wet plate tintypes by Sebastien Arbona. This week has seen the opening of NEXT, the annual show at Washington, DC’s Corcoran Gallery of Art of work by students graduating from the Corcoran …
During a recent week in London, Nancy Breslin found lots of photo shows to love.
Writer and photography / Peter J. Blackburn Peter J. Blackburn updates us on his progress with gum printing and his struggles with papers. In the five or so years since I wrote an essay for Alternative Photography describing my own personal working methods for gum printing, it would be fair to surmise that significant aspects have …
Peter J. Blackburn illustrates a time when shifting in reverse was the best way to move forward!
Peter J. Blackburn’s reflections on brush vs camera… now and then.