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November 2013 newsletter


History of...

Brian Young is taking us back in time with the history of salt prints and cyanotypes. And, you can also see the work of 2 new artists in the gallery. Enjoy

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Salt prints and cyanotypes: a short history of printing processes

Brian Young tells the fascinating story of salt prints and cyanotypes - photographic printing processes from the 19th Century.

Christmas pressies

Robert PawlowskiBuy some books for Chrismas. There are plenty amazing books here.

New artists in the gallery

Paolo GuerrieroPaola Guerriero

Paolo Guerriero from Varese, Italy started making Anthotypes after buying "Anthotypes – Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants", you can see the result in her gallery.


Paolo GuerrieroMark D. Roberts

Mark D. Roberts is working from Minneapolis, Minnesota creating abstract work in chemigrams and with the kirlian process.



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