Yaroslav Golubchyk is in search of “non-standard” techniques and has been working in alt. proc. for 15 years and shows a range of processes. From: Kyiv, Ukraine. Shows: Chemigrams, Cyanotypes, Gum bichromate, Gum over cyanotypes, Gumoils, Kallitype, Mordancage, Oilprints, and Photoetching. Yaroslav Golubchyk, was born in 1971 in Kyiv, Ukraine. He has been working for more than 15 years in different techniques of alternative photography and also tutoring art photography … Read more
Alex Mavromaras’ work in alternative photographic processes is inspired by Greek impressionists translated into cyanotypes, gumoils and oil prints. From: Athens, Greece. Shows: Cyanotypes, Gumoils and Oil prints. Inspired by the Greek Impressionists, Alex Mavromaras, explores the rural Athenian landscapes as they blend in with historic town centers and archeological sites of Classical and Byzantine Greece. Alex holds a BA in Filming & Visual Arts and an MSc in Information … Read more
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 work. His introduction to alternative photography came by accident in … Read more
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 a singular unrepeatable handcrafted image. Her research included studying the … Read more
Alexey Belov was born in 1973 in Zelenograd, Russia. where he studies at the Moscow Institute Of Electronic Technology. Alexey still lives in Zelenograd, near Moscow, and teaches math. From: Zelenograd, Russia Shows: Cyanotypes, Liquid emulsions, Lith prints, Oil prints, Palladiums, Polaroid transfers and Vandyke browns. Photography isn’t just a hobby for Alexey but almost the second profession. He is an artist and a photographer, a member of the Russian … Read more
From: Winlaw, BC, Canada.
Shows: Bromoils and oilprints.