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PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE AND EMULSION TRANSFERS

Image Transfer is often described as a crossover art form, one that blurs the distinction between conventional photography and handcrafted art, such as paintings. Unlike the precise images of photographic prints, image transfers suggest a moody, dream-like world. From a creative point of view, image transfers are appealing because they offer a way to individualize and further personalize photographs. The image takes on a fine art vintage look similar to an old fresco. The Image Transfer process is photographic art utilizing Polaroid technology. The Artist first captures the image using 35mm slide film. The slide is in turn exposed in an enlarger or slide printer onto Polacolor ER peel-apart film. Before the development is completed, the die-laden Polaroid negative is rolled onto saturated watercolor paper. Due to variables in timing and physical properties of the transfer process, each piece is a unique work of art.


ARCHIVAL SEPIA PRINTS ON WATERCOLOR PAPER