Nocturne Number Thirty

January 12, 2013 § 1 Comment

Nocturne Number Thirty is underwritten by Madison Children’s Museum’s in-house wonder, Angela Johnson.

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Number Thirty is a Hurricane Isaac plate.  Angela Johnson, (Cracker Jack), is a constant hurricane of ideas.  Thank you, Ang!

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Nocturne Number Twenty-Nine

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On a roll, we made a last jump at the light on December 14.  When dependent on so many independent variables — light, weather, tides, chemicals, and just plain juju, you go until you can’t go any more.

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Nocturne Number Twenty-Nine is made thanks to the support of the whiz bang, do-everything-well, Jennifer Shaw, who by her own genius, produces PhotoNOLA every December, and does it to the max.  Jennifer, thank you for all YOU do for all of us.

Twenty-Nine is another plate from the Hurricane Isaac inventory.

Nocturne Number Twenty-Seven

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Nocturne Number Twenty-Seven was poured and processed on December 14.  It, too is from the Hurricane Isaac plates.

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We appreciate the support of Liz Gifford, Amarillo, Texas, for underwriting the production of this plate by providing one weary photographer a place to crash in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi at the end of each day of work.

Nocturne Number Twenty-Five

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Nocturne Number Twenty-Five was underwritten by wet-plate collodion artist and advocate Kaden Kratzer.

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Its base is a Hurricane Isaac plate.  We made this image on December 14.  Thank you, Kaden!

Nocturne Number Twenty-Four

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December 14 gave birth to Nocturne Number Twenty-Four, kindly provided by Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash.

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Number Twenty-Four sits on a Hurricane Isaac plate.  Thank you Liz!!

Liz and I collaborated on a 2008 photographic project that took us both to Easter Island, 1000 miles off the coast of western Chile.  “Easter Island: exploring the mystery”, a seventy-piece exhibition, has hung in both the Wichita Falls Museum of Art and the Center for Contemporary Art in Abilene, Texas.

Nocturne Number Twenty-Three

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Nocturne Number Twenty-Three was the third and final plate made on the thirteenth of December.  It was made on one of the historic and heroic Hurricane Isaac plates.

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Diane (D) Hanley, of Washington, D.C. generously provided the production of Number Twenty- Three.  Thank you D, and where the Hell are you, anyways?

Nocturne Number Twenty-Two

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Nocturne Numb er Twenty-Two is the second plate we made on December 13.  Its emulsion also sits on a Hurricane Isaac plate (please see here.)

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We appreciate the support of Jeanne Klein of Austin, Texas for underwriting the production of this 20×20 tintype.

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