Jenn Libby, tintype photo
Romy Hosford, Borax toned cyanotype
Pat Bacon, photogravure
Ian Sherlock, pin hole photo
John Coffer, tintype photo
February 25–March 31, 2017
An exhibition showcasing alternative photographic processes being used by contemporary artists. Work includes wet plate collodion,
tintype, ambrotypes, photogravure, pin hole photography, salt prints, and cyanotypes.
Pat Bacon, John Coffer, Romy Hosford, Jenn Libby and Ian Sherlock
Learn more about the artists and the processes featured
in this exhibition here.
The idea of this exhibition came from wanting to show
a different side of photography from what we have typically
shown. More than an exhibition of photos of places, people,
and things (those are included, of course) but also a show
about how these photographic images are physically made.
—Bradley Butler, gallery director and curator
Read Bradley's thoughts on the Alternative Photographic Process exhibition and how the show came together in his "From the Director" post on our blog.
Genine and Andy exhibit a number of their sketchbooks from their collections along with prints made from selected images. Visitors
will also be able to contribute their own sketches to the exhibition
and participate in sketchbook drawing sessions with the artists.
February 25, 2017, 4–7 p.m.