N.H. Society of Photographic Artists present 22nd annual exhibit

N.H. Society of Photographic Artists present 22nd annual exhibit

EXETER – The 22nd annual New Hampshire Culture of Photographic Artists Member Exhibit and Sale will be held Jan. 9 to 30 at the Exeter City Corridor Gallery. Hours will be Saturdays and Sundays noon to 4 p.m.

An Opening Reception will get place on Sunday, Jan. 9 from midday to 4 p.m. Many of the photographers will be attending and readily available to response inquiries about their perform.  

This year’s highlighted image is a handmade platinum/palladium print titled, “Harbor Beach front Stone # 45” by wonderful artwork photographer Jay Goldsmith.

“The print is section of a much larger series of intriguing and beautiful formations located in the rocks on Harbor Seashore in York, Maine,” Goldsmith claimed.

The strategy he utilised to make his print is a “handmade” historic photographic process called “platinum/palladium.” Prints are designed by producing a sandwich of a huge format adverse and a piece of fine art paper. That paper, acquiring been coated with a mixture of salts and platinum (and/or palladium), is exposed beneath a very shiny ultraviolet light and formulated in a bath to eliminate the salts. This leaves only the platinum metal embedded amongst the paper’s fibers. The impression does not sit on top of the paper’s area, as with an inkjet print.