First Artist Proof From My St. Francois Mountain Platinum Histograph Heirloom Fine Art Print Project
In this brief video, I share the making of my first artist proof for my St. Francois Mountain Platinum Histograph Heirloom Fine Art Print Project.
In an increasingly all digital world fewer people get the chance to see how handmade artist original platinum prints are made. I love the platinum printmaking process and I am happy to take my viewers behind the scenes and show reveal the mystery of the process. Every step in my process from creating a large format negative to making the print is all done with basic raw materials (paper, film, chemicals, light). I don't use a computer in any part of my printmaking process by choice.
You can view and purchase my limited edition Platinum Histograph Heirloom Fine ArtTM gallery prints from my online gallery. You can visit my Platinum Printmaking page to learn more about how I create my Platinum Histograph Heirloom Fine Art Prints.
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