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Light Sensitive 2019

March 09, 2019 to April 21, 2019
Light Sensitive 2019
207 N Gilbert Rd #201
Gilbert - 85234 AZ
Internationally acknowledged as a signature exhibition for this art genre, Light Sensitive presents artwork created using traditional darkroom and alternative photographic processes and methods.

With the current trend of imagery presented on computer screens and the overwhelming volume of digitally generated prints, Light Sensitive serves to reaffirm and promote the art of handcrafted prints uniquely belonging to the tradition of light sensitive creative processes.

Work in this year's exhibition comes from national and international artists, and includes processes of cyanotype, gelatin silver, lumen, gum bichromate, tintype, chromogenic, mordançage, carbon, ziatype, and more.

As our juror this year we are honored to have Christopher James, University Professor and Director of the MFA program in Photography and Integrated Media at Lesley University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Gwen Arkin, Emma Bang, Carol Chase Bjerke, Diana Bloomfield, Katie Burianek, Cathy Cakebread, Patrick Carr, Tony Celentano, Monika Cichoszewska, Lexi Coburn, Dennis L. Collins, Wendy Constantine, Kylie Isbell Daniels, Kaitlyn Danielson, Adam Donnelly, Barbara Eberhard, Anne Eder, Christine Federici, Jim Fitzgerald, William W.Fuller, László Gálos, Valentina González Henao, Katherine Goodwin, Hal Gould, Rebecca Hackemann, Jessica Hays, Geoffrey Hicks, Michael C. Hughes, Jeannie Hutchins, John Isner, Stewart Jack, Amy Kanka Valadarsky, Paul Karabinis, Annie Lopez, Luigi Luccarelli, Jonathan Marquis, Lloyd Matthews, Maegan McCarthy, Davey Leo Miller, David Miller, Mariusz Mykicki, Eva Nikolova, Elizabeth Burger Overall, Tatiana Padgett, Robertson Parkman, Elizabeth Z. Pineda, Roy Pope, Sarah E. Robinson, Michelle Rogers Pritzl, Jenny Sampson, Dar San Agustin, Silvia Saponaro, B Saragosa, Lynne Senzek, S H E L L E Y, Kirby Soderberg, Brett Starr, Barbara D. Stathakopouos, Aldis Strazdins, Gerardo Stübing, J.E.Syme, Audrey Szoke, Randall Tosh, Shari Trennert, Michael Trupiano, Fred Ullrich, John Wagner, Michael Weitzman, Jennifer Williamson, Kelly Wrage, Zanereti, Rebecca Zeiss, Yelena Zhavoronkova, Ryan Zoghlin

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