Writer and photography / Peter J. Blackburn What’s a sun printer to do when the clouds march in? Peter J. Blackburn provides a few ideas. As a gum printer who depends upon cloudless sunny days to expose negatives, I am so thankful to live in Texas. More often than not, the sun is readily available …
Peter J. Blackburn offers closing remarks to complete his viewpoint as to the appropriate roles the web should play in promoting our art.
Peter J. Blackburn explores the hoodwinking tendencies of technology and the web in relationship to art and the artist.
Peter J. Blackburn argues the case for doing a bit of casual printing in-between more serious alternative process work.
Peter J. Blackburn presents a simple printing device capable of producing sharp prints with ease.
Peter J. Blackburn champions the case for gouache as a useful line of pigments in gum and casein printing.
Peter J. Blackburn invites you to come and eavesdrop on a short conversation reflecting a sad state of affairs in art academia.
Writer and photography / Peter J. Blackburn Peter J. Blackburn gives a quick evaluation of an inexpensive art paper found at your local “big box” retailer! Will wonders never cease? A few weeks ago as I made a quick foray into my nearby Walmart, I chanced to wander by the rather quaint art supply section …
Peter J. Blackburn draws the shade with a few closing remarks and extends a personal invitation to you.
Join the discussion as Peter wraps up the series by fighting a border skirmish. Better wear a helmet.