I/Eye: On Photography

Ohio Woods opens at Arterra

Posted in News, Ohio Woods by Sheila Newbery on November 4, 2013
Squirrel's nest (platnum palladium print) from  "Ohio Woods"

Squirrel’s nest (platnum palladium print) from “Ohio Woods”

This weekend, I installed Ohio Woods at the Arterra Gallery (with Jeff Sully’s expert help — thank you, Jeff!). If you’re in San Francisco, please come join me for the opening reception on Thursday, November 7, 6–8pm, at the Arterra Building, 300 Berry Street. (Note that the gallery is on the second floor — enter the building through the main entrance on Berry St.). On view as well will be a selection of other photographs, including some prints from my Ordinary Dancers series. The exhibit showcases a range of printing techniques, from silver gelatin to platinum palladium.

You can read about how the Ohio Woods photos were made by clicking here.

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  1. John Marcher said, on November 7, 2013 at 1:51 am

    Reblogged this on A Beast in a Jungle and commented:
    One day I unexpectedly began to receive the most unusual text messages, some with photos attached, that evolved into a fascinating travelogue of a train journey across the Midwest. They were sent by my friend Sheila Newbery, who has taken some of the more evocative, mysterious images and turned them into platinum palladium prints, now being shown at the Arterra Building in San Francisco. There’s a reception for the artist tonight. Come check them out. They will be on display through December 6, 2013.


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