Kanchi, Ryuiji / First Annual Silent Auction / The Light at Lacock, Mark Osterman and France Scully Osterman
Saturday, December 3, 7-10pm
Please join us for our first silent auction featuring the photographic works of over 30 established and emerging photographers. The donated work will be offered as part of our fund raising activities for the Art Intersection Foundation. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to find a special gift, or as an addition to your own collection of fine art photography.
Kanchi is a series of underwater photographs of sea creatures printed in platinum/palladium, a process that dates back to 1873.
South Gallery and Lobby
The donated work in our First Annual Silent Auction covers a range of processes including mixed media, photogravure, silver gelatin, archival inkjet, photogenic drawings, and chromogenic prints.
Mark Osterman & France Scully Osterman
The Light at Lacock, Sun Sketches at the Twilight of Photography is a collaborative body of work by the Ostermans. This new work uses paper negatives they created at the birthplace of the photographic negative in Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire, England.
Sleep is a series of waxed salt prints from collodion negatives made by France Scully Osterman. She photographs friends, acquaintances and loved ones sleeping in in her studio.
Free Show Tonight is a series of tinted and burnished ruby ambrotypes by Mark Osterman. It is a visual representation of an evening medicine show performed by gaslight.