Megan Bonanto has many irons in the fire, one of them being cyanotypes. Her patterns come from experiments with glass and a kaleidoscope lens. From: Georgia, USA. Shows: Cyanotypes. Influenced by natural elements. Megan Bonanto’s background includes an undergraduate degree in Environmental Education, a Master’s in Library Science, weaver, quilter, yogi, foodie, gardener, pixel spinning, cyclist, reader, home-school moma, hiker, … Read more
Robin North works in alternative photographic processes and a range of expressions such as experimental narratives and portraits. From: Richmond, Texas, and San Diego, California, USA Shows: Cyanotypes, Platinum/Palladiums and Salt prints. Robin North is an interdisciplinary/visual artist based in Richmond, Texas, and San Diego, California. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Houston with … Read more
John Higbie, a professional photographer, works without using a negative at all for his platinum-palladium prints. From: Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA. Shows: Platinum/palladiums. John Higbie has had a lifelong interest in photographic technologies. He worked in Hollywood for 25 years, specializing in engineering and shooting with robotic camera systems for live-action, visual effects, and stop-motion animation. He began his career in … Read more
Mary Kocol is an art photographer and Massachusetts Master Gardener. She was born in Hartford, Connecticut and now lives and works as a museum photographer near Boston, Massachusetts. See her work here. From: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA Shows: Anthotypes and Solargrams Mary Kocol studied photography at University of Connecticut and earned a Master of Fine Arts in Photography at the Rhode … Read more
Mitch Eckert pairs his photographic equipment, process and materials with the concept and express it though kallitypes. From: Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Shows: Kallitypes. Mitch Eckert has been an artist since primary school but didn’t take up photography until high school. A bb gun accident left him blind in one eye and so photography made perfect sense – one eye and … Read more
James Tanguay, from Tucson, Arizona USA shares his work made with a process called porphyrography which is is currently working on refining. From: Tucson, Arizona, USA. Shows: Porphyrography. James Tanguay is obsessed with being a part of every aspect of his photography. He designs and builds his own cameras, sometimes even crafting his own lenses. He creates his own sensitizers … Read more
From: Bozeman, Montana, USA.
Shows: Mordancage, & Gum over cyan.
Ilze Aviks uses her in-depth knowledge of textile materials to add the dimensions of both color and texture to her floral cyanotypes. From: Durango, Colorado, USA. Shows: Cyanotypes. Ilze Aviks maintains a studio in Durango, Colorado. She has a BFA in Art History and Painting and an MFA in Fibers. For over three decades, Ilze Aviks has taught textile design … Read more
Howard Crow is an outdoor photographer based outside Seattle photographing nature’s interaction with humans, he shows his platinum prints here. From: Sammamish, WA, USA. Shows: Platinum prints. Howard Crow’s passion is for photographing nature and its interaction with humans. For his entire life, Howard has photographed with large and medium format cameras to capture the scale and grandeur of the … Read more
Cynthia A. Hurayt, a pharmacist from Alpine, Texas, USA, uses the lumen print process to explore the capabilites of the right side of the brain. From: Alpine, Texas, USA. Shows: Lumen prints. Cynthia A. Hurayt’s profession is Pharmacist. She lives and work in Alpine, Texas, USA. While using her left brain, she felt she needed something to utilize the right … Read more