The gumoil process « Gumoils. Writer and photography / Kelly Wrage Kelly Wrage has been working with gumoil after being introduced to the process by Cotton Miller in one of Christopher James’ workshops.
She shares her experience in this instructional article. I first heard about the gumoil process in July of 2013. I was introduced to it during an advanced alternative processesworkshop in Santa Fe lead by my friend and go to mentor for all things alt pro, Christopher James. Christopher asked Cotton Miller, his assistant for the workshop, to do a quick gumoil demonstration because he had become quite familiar with this elusive process while using it for some of his MFA work, creating a series of beautiful and haunting portraits of Boston subway commuters. The process was developed in 1990 by painter, printmaker and photographer, Karl Koenig, who lived and worked in New Mexico. The process, in brief The gumoil process begins with a positive image on transparency film. The positive transparency Contrast in gum solutions M.
Gumoil printing - the method for producing photos in gumoil technique. Gumoil printing was introduced in the 90th of the last century by American photographer Karl Koenig.
Gumoil or Gumoil printing is the method for producing photos with gum, chromium salts and oil paints. It's painstaking and very expressive photographic method that combines unique author's point and documentary photography. Through the use of materials for art works - cotton paper and oil paints, archival photos have unique properties that are comparable to paintings on canvas. Nevertheless, Gumoil print is the alternative photographic process. Print photos in Gumoil technique requires a positive image printed on the film. Such paintings erase time. The work that the photographer spends on getting the end result gives the picture special properties. A Silver Thread – Lynn Bailey. Had a thoroughly exhausting day at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen (Thursday 23rd June).
It’s fascinating being part of the selection committee and I always learn an awful lot from the other craft specialists. It is exhausting because it tends to be a very long day and we all feel very responsible about how we select the pieces that are going to go in the exhibition and what isn’t. There’s strict criteria and we have to justify every decision. Today we were selecting for the summer show which is has it’s launch on Friday 1st July 6-8pm. The title for the show is A Silver Thread and it is to celebrate the Devon Guild having been at the Riverside Mill in Bovey Tracey for 25 years. It seemed even more of the member’s pulled the stops out for this summers’ exhibition this year. As a committee member, I had to leave the room when my pieces were being discussed, and I was very grateful not to be left waiting outside too long before being called in to hear the good news.
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