Your overused Hipstamatic app doesnt have anything on Diana H. Bloomfield. Sure, that picture of your dog may look hella vintage with a blue tint and extra grain, but imagine the possibilities of altering that photo with your own hands.
Bloomfield has a passion for the printing process and has become a virtuoso in pinhole photography and printing using gum bichromate, platinum-palladium, and cyanotype processing. One of her most popular pieces titled Central Park is an eerie and dream-like image of a couple walking through Central Park in sepia tones.
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Bloomfields techniques are unique because of her knowledge of a wide variety of historical processes, artists, materials, and contemporary tools, says Michelle Craven co-owner of Tilt Gallery. It is the combination of these tools that give her images their unique color and texture.
Fri., Sept. 2, 6-10 p.m., 2011