The reception for Gregg's show isn't until October, but the exhi
is up now-- if there's anybody on the list who is in the Durham, NC
area-- you should really go by and see the work (downtown at Durham
Art Guild). I saw it last week, and it really is so intriguing.
Overnight (pinhole) exposures of the moon, and 6-month long exposures
of the sun's path-- they're fascinating, and many of them so
beautiful (and beautifully abstract). Nice printing, too.
> Your lunar pinhole work looks to be quite intriguing. Congratulations
> on your show.
> On Sat, Sep 27, 2008 at 11:37 AM, Gregg Kemp
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I just wanted to thank people on this list for all the valuable,
>> and colorful discussion. I rejoined the list this past winter when I
>> finally decided to make the plunge into some alt processes. So
>> far I've
>> only had success with cyanotype, but I've been pleased with
>> those. And this
>> month I'm exhibiting several of these at a local arts center. I
>> posted many questions to the list, but have learned so much from
>> reading the
>> postings and the archive. I especially want to thank Diana
>> Bloomfield for
>> providing not only lots of email help, but also for loaning me a
>> UV light
>> box for several months.
>> Today, I'm making my second attempt at gum printing. But before
>> continuing, I just needed to say "thanks!"
>> You guys are great!
>> Gregg Kemp