A Salon of Traditionally Handmade Prints
Photographic Alchemy is a counter point to modern, instantaneous digital images. On show will be a salon of modern prints made by traditional nineteenth-century printing processes – salt, cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown, gum bichromate, platinum palladium, bromoil and with a nod to the modern – intaglio photopolymer. Each process takes many hours, even days, to produce an image which reflects the magic of light sensitive chemistry laid out on art papers.
Lyn Arnold, John Bardell, Susan Buchanan & Carolyn Pettigrew
When: 26 October – 13 November
Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm
Where: The Art Space On the Concourse
409 Victoria Avenue Chatswood (Next to the box office)
Opening Sunday 30 October 3pm by Chris Reid
Willoughby Council is gratefully acknowledged for the provision of The Art Space on the Concourse.