In 1891, the tract of land that was to become the largest planned community in the United States was purchased by O. M. Carter. It was located 2.5 miles from downtown Houston, and because it was situated roughly 23 feet higher than the surrounding area, it was named Houston Heights. When I first moved toContinue reading “Early Fillin’ Station”
If you have the right emulsions, you can print on just about anything. When applied to wood, metal, fibers, masonry, and other materials, a liquid emulsion like Liquid Light can transform your material into a light-sensitive surface similar to silver gelatin photographic paper. Following proper application, you must handle the material as you would light-sensitiveContinue reading “Wood, the Other Paper”
My art business is centered around a couple of analog photographic techniques that use silver gelatin papers–film photography/darkroom printing and lumen printing. I’ve had some critical success, and several of my analog prints have been juried into local and international exhibitions. A few months ago, I happened to be walking through my neighborhood shortly afterContinue reading “A Walk along the Dark Side”
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