Original botanical art monoprint artist book by fieldandhedgerow

Original botanical art monoprint artist book keepsake. Wedding favor. Floral leaves seed heads Inspired by Japanese prints and Art Nouveau

Photogram by Andreas Feininger - Dragonfly Wing, 1937. Andreas Feininger (cityscapes, archictectural, landscape and nature photography, portraits, and photojournalism) is remembered as one of the most significant artists in the history of photography. His images, which capture in minute detail insects, flowers, mussels, wood, and stone, bestow an almost sculptural character upon natural forms.

Photogram by Andreas Feininger - Dragonfly Wing, 1937. Andreas Feininger (cityscapes, archictectural, landscape and nature photography, portraits, and photojournalism) is remembered as one of the most significant artists in the history of photography. His images, which capture in minute detail insects, flowers, mussels, wood, and stone, bestow an almost sculptural character upon natural forms.

Jerry Uelsmann. Forty years ago, Jerry Uelsmann was an avant-garde photographer, using multiple negatives in a darkroom to create a single print that juxtaposed images in a strange, surreal way. Manipulating an image was considered heresy by some photography purists back then. Today Uelsmann is the traditionalist, continuing to use multiple enlargers in a darkroom rather than computer programs such as Photoshop for his ravashing works.

Jerry Uelsmann. Forty years ago, Jerry Uelsmann was an avant-garde photographer, using multiple negatives in a darkroom to create a single print that juxtaposed images in a strange, surreal way. Manipulating an image was considered heresy by some photography purists back then. Today Uelsmann is the traditionalist, continuing to use multiple enlargers in a darkroom rather than computer programs such as Photoshop for his ravashing works.

Curtis Moffat (1887-1949). ‘Dragonfly’. Solarised gelatin silver  print photogram. About 1930. Victoria &  Albert Museum, London.

Curtis Moffat (1887-1949). ‘Dragonfly’. Solarised gelatin silver print photogram. About 1930. Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

photograms- can go into a point of contrast between harm and peace, the white acts out as innocence and the darker colours represents the harm, hatred appearing in the background.

photograms- can go into a point of contrast between harm and peace, the white acts out as innocence and the darker colours represents the harm, hatred appearing in the background.

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