from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A manifold writing- or copying-machine, depending in its construction on the fact that when a film of moist bichromated gelatin is brought into contact with ferrous salts, tannin, or certain other substances, it acquires the property of attracting a fatty ink.
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I did acrylic and collograph prints, and oil painting.
I had a box of pre-cut greetings card blanks, and began making cards for all I was worth; collograph, monoprint, monoprint on top of collograph, two layers of monoprint in different colours, ink painted over the top, and so on.
That is good advice for viewing any art, and particularly pertinent in a large juried group exhibition where the viewer has to re-set aesthetic values between works as rewarding, but formally different, as Kathryn Strutz's fanciful collograph "Eco Maniacs" and Jane Ogren's remarkable applique portrait, "Spirits on Cloth."
Josh Unterman, ceramics; Joanne Wohlfeld, watercolor & ceramics; Kathryn Wronski, oil paintings; Randy Rigg, oil paintings; Rebecca Bleau, collograph prints; Sarah Hendrickson, multi-media; Stephanie Adams, ceramic sculpture.
Kathryn Wronski, paintings; Rebecca Bleau, collograph prints; Cory Norris, paintings;
The most common mediums were oil on canvas, collograph print and photography but some daring ones decided to convey their feelings by using thread on paper.