Lumen Printing with Vicki Reed
Monday, October 6, 2014, 12:00 am - 4:00 pm
Fern Peony by Vicki Reed
Lumen Print Workshop with Vicki Reed
Vicki Reed will lead students through the fun of learning the lumen print process. Lumen Prints are photograms created by placing plants directly on silver gelatin black and white paper and placing in the sun to ‘develop’. The colors in the resulting print depend on the plant, humidity, ambient temperature and duration and intensity of the sunlight as well as the type of paper used. Students will have an opportunity to try several different papers and will learn how to make the prints permanent once they have been exposed.Though some botanical materials will be supplied students are encouraged to bring plants, flowers and any other organic materials they wish to experiment with along to use in the workshop.
Date: Monday October 6th from 12pm-4pm at the Center ( 400 N. College ave.)
Non-members: $ 50.00
Members price: $ 40.00
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Bio: Vicki Reed, a former newspaper photographer and magazine art editor, specializes in limited edition fine art photographs. She uses plastic cameras as well as vintage, pinhole and digital cameras to explore the natural environment. She loves experimenting with alternative processes including lith, hand coloring, photogravure and encaustic, lumen and cyanotype. She has won numerous awards and has been widely published in international journals including The World of Lith Printing, Fuzion Magazine (UK), and Fine Art Photo (Germany). Ice Crystals, a video she captured a number of years ago on the shores of Lake Michigan, was recently acquired by the National Geographic Channel, and in 2012, an image from her series The Growing Season, was purchased by the Racine Art Museum for their permanent collection. She is represented by Unlimited Grain Gallery in Rotterdam, NL.