Obscura Gallery announces our second annual Winter Holiday exhibition, One-of-a-Kind II, a group show of unique photo-based artworks found exclusively at our gallery. The exhibition consists of six contemporary artists producing one-of-a-kind artworks through various photo-based processes. This year’s exhibit features William Albert Allard (U.S.), Angie Brockey (U.S.), Coco Fronsac (France), Lori Henson (U.S. and Mexico), Erin McGean (Canada), and Robert Stivers (U.S.). The exhibition reception takes place on Friday, November 25, from 5-7 pm.
In the 21st Century, we are most familiar with photography as a medium enabling multiple prints of the same image. Yet many of the photographic processes that were used in the 19th and 20th Centuries yielded one-of-a-kind prints. In some cases, the processes made a singular print for each exposure; in other cases, the treatment of prints during production led to singular images. Included in this exhibition are 1980s vintage Polaroid positive prints, contemporary tintypes, early 20th Century gelatin silver prints with contemporary mixed media, photo collage, encaustic, and hand-applied surface texture to gelatin silver prints.
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