11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

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Cala Marquesa

Spain
Triptych wet plate collodion – Ferrotypes
2018 -2020

The collodion technique is an early photographic process dating back to 1851. Collodion requires an extensive darkroom preparation, as each metal plate is immersed in a solution of silver nitrate to form silver iodide. This complex process includes coating, sensitizing, exposing and developing with filigrane attention. As a result each plate is a one-of-a-kind positive, with unique image clarity and details.

Cala Marquesa #1 to #4
Wet plate collodion – ferrotype
Signed and dated on verso
wood frame

Triptych;
43 x 73 cm
Edition of 8 + 2 AP
Each unique

Cala Marquesa

Espagne
Triptyque collodion humide – Ferrotypes
2017 – 2020

La technique de collodion est un processus photographique précoce datant de 1851.

Cala Marquesa #1 to #4
Collodion humide – ferrotype
Signée et datée au verso
Cadre en bois

Triptyque;
43 x 73 cm
Edition de 8 + 2 AP
Pièce unique