Gail Erwin’s terrific video explaining Van Dyke Brown printing

Gail Erwin’s exhibit at the Kingston Gallery features Van Dyke Brown prints, a 19th century photographic process.  There were many questions about the process during the opening, so this video demonstration was produced to answer them.  The chemicals that are mentioned in the video are Ferric Ammonium Citrate, Tartaric Acid and Silver Nitrate.

Gail will be in the Gallery on Saturday, November 16 from 3-5, Tuesday, November 26 from 2-4 during the Public Relations hours, and Sunday, Dec 1, from 12-5 if you would like to ask more questions.

The exhibit runs until December 1 – we look forward to seeing you there.

Enjoy!

 

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