Preview selected new works from Chris McCaw’s Sunburn series, Saturday, November 6, 11 am – 5 pm. Many of these prints are headed to Paris in a week for the upcoming European art fairs, and some will not return to the U.S. This is your chance to view some 25 works in all, and consider acquiring before McCaw’s pending price increase in 2011.
Please RSVP (email@example.com) with your time preference if you’d like to preview on Saturday, space will be limited.
McCaw had a busy summer, traveling from the Arctic Circle to the Mojave, expanding his Sunburn series of unique paper negatives. For those of you who don’t know, McCaw photographs the sun moving across the sky with large format cameras and long exposures. Where there is normally a negative, he places a piece of silver gelatin photo paper instead (a paper negative). He adjusts the lens to let the sun’s path burn through or sear the paper during the composition, with exposures up to 12 hours. The paper negative in the camera becomes the work of art. There is only one of each, and they cannot be reproduced. Work from this series has been acquired by major museums and private collectors
Duncan Miller Gallery is open Thursday – Saturday
11am to 6pm and by Appointment
By Jim McKinniss