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Polymer Photogravure at Asheville Bookworks

posted on: October 5th, 2018

I will be teaching a polymer photogravure workshop in Asheville this autumn. This workshop will use a modern polymer coated plate to create an intaglio-etched surface, which will then produce the photographic gradation of tones making the photogravure one of the most beautiful continuous tone photographic printing process. The process presents a fantastic opportunity to expand the range of visual content that can be included in books and other similar projects. ⇒

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Polymer Photogravure in Asheville

posted on: April 15th, 2016

I will be teaching a polymer photogravure workshop in Asheville this next spring. This workshop will use a modern polymer coated plate to create an intaglio-etched surface, which will then produce the photographic gradation of tones making the photogravure one of the most beautiful continuous tone photographic printing process. The process presents a fantastic opportunity to expand the range of visual content that can be included in books and other similar projects. ⇒

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Platinum-Palladium printing at Asheville Bookworks-2015

posted on: July 24th, 2015

This class is an introduction to the platinum-palladium printing process. This particular alternative photographic printing process was invented in the 1870’s by William Willis. Because the process precipitates a chemically non-reactive noble metal into the paper fibers, it creates a print notable both for its permanence and its beauty. ⇒

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Polymer Gravure at Asheville Bookworks - April 2015

posted on: April 17th, 2015

I will be teaching a polymer photogravure workshop in Asheville in April 2015. This workshop will use a modern polymer coated plate to create an intaglio-etched surface, which will then produce the photographic gradation of tones making the photogravure one of the most beautiful continuous tone photographic printing process. The process presents a fantastic opportunity to expand the range of visual content that can be included in books and other similar projects. ⇒

categories:  alternative processes, polymer photogravure, workshop   tags:  polymer photogravure, workshop