The dynamic duo, Scully & Osterman visit Art Intersection


On Thursday, Mark Osterman and France lectured at Art Intersection about their most recent body of work, The Light at Lacock. This work was produced at Lacock Abbey the estate where William Henry Fox Talbot, one of the founding fathers of photography, produced his experiments in early photographic processes.


France Scully Osterman, artist and educator, christened the wet darkrooms this past weekend as she taught 16 participants how to create tintypes using the 19th century process of wet plate collodion.

The work of France and Mark can be seen both at Art Intersection (on display through December 23) and Tilt gallery (on display through November 18).

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