Capricious Notions of Recollection at the Croft Gallery

The two person exhibition of alternative process photographs will be on display at the Croft Gallery in Waco, Tx from September 7th - September 28th. Please Join Leah Gose and Mary Kathryn Wimberly at the reception for the show on September 7th from 6pm-9pm.



The Sower

A new photographic work on wood pannel was shown at the Brookhaven exhibition this summer. This new work is a really exciting step in alternative process photography with explorations of transfer on paper and wood. 


Know and Recall showing in Dallas

The body of work, Know and Recall, is showing at the Brookhaven College Studio Gallery through July 9th, 2012. The show features images from the exhibition, Capricious Notions of Recollection, as well as a new series of images on wood. There is a reception for the show on June 21st from 6-8pm. Be on the look out for postings of the new images coming soon. 


Capricious Notions of Recollection 

It was an honor to show my newest work, Know and Recall, with the work, "The Sum of Personal Histories", by Leah Gose. This 2 person exhibition, called “Capricious Notions of Recollection”, was shown for the first time at Vincennes University on February 22nd - March 24th. The show looked really wonderful and Leah and I were able to give a lecture on the work and a demonstration on several different photographic transfer processes to the aspiring fine artist of the University. 


Leah and I attended Texas Woman’s University together for our graduate degree, and have been “Art Accountability” partners for the past few years. As we talked through our new work together, we noticed a similarity in the concerns for both of our work. Here is a photograph of the show announcement and a photograph of Leah and I at the Shircliff Gallery of Art. A special thanks for Morgan Ford Willingham for all of her hard work to make the exhibition a success!


Fall Progress

The process for this transfer work involves making fragments of images, and printing them in small sections. Once the print is made, the image is transfered onto specialty paper, using a citrus based solvent. The prints have a ghostly process and strange coloration that are enhanced by using colored pencil. Here are a few pictures of this step in the process.

Lastly, the image is attached together using various glues and water. Here is the result.