Re: UV exposure light boxes/Solar plate

From: Kate Mahoney ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 02/08/04-01:15:45 AM Z
Message-id: <004801c3ee13$61006130$6e26f6d2@yourif5zypd2xn>

The best book I know of is "printmaking in the Sun" which gives a detailed description of several different uses for polymer plates plus techniques. I'll try to hunt up the reference but a search on Amazon should bring it up.
Kate
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Ender100@aol.com
  To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
  Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 4:20 PM
  Subject: Re: UV exposure light boxes/Solar plate

  Hi Darryl,

  Thanks for the Danish, it was very good. I heated it first before I ate it though.

  I had seen Strange Ross's site some time ago. Nice work!

  There is another book out on polymer plates I believeā€”I have the link somewhere...a DVD would be nice though...I might have to learn Danish.

  Thanks again,
  Strange Mark

  In a message dated 2/7/04 6:11:11 PM, dbaird@umflint.edu writes:

    I may be butting in incorrectly, I think I deleted all previous
    posts...bad week, little time to ramble through the list's traffic.

    However, if you're looking for solar plate/aquatint info, I did find a
    new danish site (no Mark, not food!) worth looking at -
    http://www.artbag.dk/ge/uk/index.html

    Strange Ross concluded a double exposure (each different for
    screen/image) released him from worrying about differences between
    polymer batches and he used it exclusively (as of 1998). I thought he
    had moved to a single exposure, but poor memory prevails.

    yes, I found him again... http://www.psy.ku.dk/ross/index.html

    he offers notes on both aproaches, plus some truely lovely work. Over
    the years I visited Strange's site and found his command of the
    materials has increased incredibly.

    Darryl
Received on Sun Feb 8 12:08:42 2004

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