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Having seen this "print" this afternoon, I'm amazed (and plan on getting
my butt up to the Chicago area more often).
It looks so much better in person, the jpg doesn't do it justice.
This is giving me some ideas for a project I've been slowly working on,
originally to be a series of silver gelatin prints accompanied by a
book, seeing this image (as well as keith's other images) today is
giving me pause to rethink it.
Keith Gerling wrote:
Here's one coat of gum on spackled and gessoed plywood
http://www.gumphoto.com/gesso4.jpg Lighter than I expected, but I'm
going to leave it alone as it captures the subject nicely. Up close
it looks like a fresco.