Mordancage photographers

Forrest Zerbe Mordancage

Forrest Zerbe

Forrest Zerbe is a photography graduate, artists, educator and adventurer who uses the Mordançage process as an expression of his art. From: Grand Junction, Colorado, USA. Shows: Mordancage. As a child, adventure was Forrest Zerbe’s first priority. Days were spent in the woods near his family home in western Pennsylvania where he used his imagination and creativity to construct a world of … Read more

Spiffy Tumbleweed

Spiffy Tumbleweed lives and works in South Austin, Texas. He works mainly in pinhole photography, but also shares his work in albumen, cyanotype, gum, mordancage and Polaroid SX-70. From: South Austin, Texas, USA. Shows: Albumen prints, Cyanotypes, Gum bichromates, Mordancages, Pinholes, Polaroid SX-70s. Working under the name Spiffy Tumbleweed, this artist lives and works in South Austin, TX and is … Read more

Dave Symonds

Dave Symonds

Dave Symonds is a retired Lighting Designer. He holds two Associateships and a Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society. From: Born in Birmingham England in 1948 and now living in Newton Stewart, Scotland. Shows: Bromoil, Mordancage, Oilprints, Photopolymer Gravure, Pinhole and Purell Transfer. Dave took up photography in 1985 with his main interest being in mono printing and colour slide … Read more

Lynette Zeeng

Lynette Zeeng

Lynette Zeeng has studied the limitations of these ‘alternative’ processes and how they may be modified to suit todays digital world, hence her wide spread of alternative photographic processes on display. From: Melbourne, Australia. Shows: Cyanotypes, Lumen prints, Mordancages, Oil prints, Polaroid Transfers and Tintypes. Lynette Zeeng’s creative practice is based on her investigation into historical photographic processes that create … Read more

Jalo Porkkala

Jalo Porkkala

From: Pori, Finland
Shows: Anthotypes, Bromoils, Cyanotypes, Daguerrotypes, Kallitypes, Lith prints, Lumen prints, Mordancages, POP – Print out paper, Salt prints, Vandykes, Ziatypes, Wet plate collodions.
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