“The photogram, in essence, is a means by which the fall of light and shade on a surface may be automatically captured and preserved.”
Each print is made by placing plants on photographic darkroom paper and exposing the arrangement to the light of the sun. Not a photograph, but a record of an unseen world of color, of the visible alchemical reaction of light. Colors vary, the result of where the sun is in the sky.
Made with German and dyer's chamomile, yarrow, lemon balm, and santolina from my garden.
11” x 14” Each photogram is one of a kind Printed on silver gelatin coated Ilford Multigrade Art 300 100% cotton rag darkroom paper, textured matte surface Ships flat