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Goodness. I have been meaning to update for weeks. So, this update will be a bulk of the things I have be up to over the last few months, and a preview of what I’m doing in the future weeks. First of all, I am traveling to Palm Springs, CA for a photo conference this Sunday. This will be the third time I have attended, and I am pumped. Second, I have been traveling all over the midwest in the last few weeks. I was in Dallas shooting pictures of Jesse:

Under a Bridge

Under a Bridge

Dallas Skyline

Dallas Skyline

Upside Down

Upside Down

Jesse’s a fun model, and I enjoy shooting with him, especially in Deep Ellum. I have also been working with gum bi-chromate, and that’s been quite the adventure. Here are a few successes and…and a few failures. but I’m learning. That’s for sure.

This will be a full color when I have it all figured out.

This will be a full color when I have it all figured out.

I'm making this into an etch when it's finished

I'm making this into an etch when it's finished

Kurt in the Vegas Boneyard

Kurt in the Vegas Boneyard

If you want to see other photos of Kurt and Rosey at the Boneyard, check ’em out here

Tyson and the TV's

Tyson and the TV's

I think the last two have some paper issues, but I’m working them out, for sure. And finally! Last week my dad and I traveled up to Louisville, KY to pick up a ’64 Shasta. It isn’t perfect, but it’s slowly working in that direction. It was an adventure that lasted 3 days and 36 hours of driving. Dad and I had a great time, but it was quite the tiring trip. Anyway, here’s a photo of the Shasta:

'64 Shasta

'64 Shasta

Phew. Anyway, that’s what I’ve been up to. I’m sure I’ll post another entry when I get back from Palm Springs, but until then, thanks for reading!

-Nattles

P.S. If you’re interested in following the progress of the “MotherRoad: Revisited” Project, check out the facebook page, website, and twitter!

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Hello all,

I am getting ready to head out to California for the Palm Springs Photo Festival, and I wanted to be able to show some of my work in a really compact, efficient way. A friend of mine from PSPF last year showed me MagCloud.com, so I tried it out for my “The Mother Road: Revisited” Project from last semester.

And I’m excited to say the magazines came in! I ordered 11 to give away at the conference to gallery owners, so we’ll see how they work out, but if you all are interested in seeing it in a digital form, downloading a free PDF or ordering the magazine itself, you can check it out here.

The Cover of the Magazine

The Cover of the Magazine

The Magazine is Perfect Bound, so I was able to add text to the spine.

The Magazine is Perfect Bound, so I was able to add text to the spine.

Anyway, don’t forget to check out the magazine digitally! Just click “preview” on the bottom right. Also I’ll be posting about the printmaking conference in St. Louis I went to last week. Get excited to hear about woodcuts with power tools and Swoon!

-Natalie

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Well, it’s that time of year. Finals week. Stress is in the air, and people are frantically running about hoping to get that last bit of work done before they have to turn everything in. The great thing about this University is we have a black week….I’ve never gone to a university that did that before, so we’ll see if I get anymore done than usual.

Anyway, I turned in my Rt. 66 project, and hung it up in my studio. I also did a transfer technique to put the type directly on the wall. I will blog a how-to about it in awhile.

Also, there will be a gallery show with my photos and another grad students photos in the Spring sometime. I’ll keep you posted, but be sure to come by and see the photos in real life.

This is the full set.

This is the full set.

 

First Photo and Text I transfered to the wall

First Photo and Text I transfered to the wall

How the Text looks on the wall

How the Text looks on the wall

Anyway, that’s it. If you’re in Tulsa, I’ll have it hung in my studio for awhile, just give me a call.

-Natalie

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