Washington Avenue, May 2017
I shared this salt print with a friend. He asked, “Are you a time traveler?” I replied, “No, I’m a time manipulator.” Invented in the 1830s, the salt process is one of the earliest photo printing methods.
Patience. Practice. Prewash. Standing in the dark for thirty minutes to develop 8×10 sheet film is grueling. However, tray processing is both consistent and reliable.
Come out to the wine walk in Navasota, organized by the Grimes County Chamber of Commerce. Enjoy an afternoon of wine, art, music and fun. Our weavings and photographs will be on show at the Gallery Downtown on Saturday, April … Continue reading
We participated in the Downtown Bryan Street and Art Fair on Saturday. Thanks to everyone who visited our tent. We enjoyed being there.
This week I had the privilege to go to local elementary schools and do art with kids. It was fun. Look at the outcome:
We got our new sign close to the street. You can’t miss us.
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Hello, Navasota. I’m Charles. I’m a large format image maker originally from West Texas. After hauling this 8×10 camera across Texas for six years, it’s a pleasure to bring it to Washington Avenue. Over the next six months, expect to … Continue reading
Hey y’all, I moved out of the Horlock House a couple of weeks ago, but felt that I was not ready to say goodbye to Texas just yet. So, I just moved into an apartment in Bryan! It’s a 1 … Continue reading