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Chemical ebb and flow - my first works made with the chemigram process used the ebb and flow of chemicals on black and white photo paper to create an image. By carefully folding and immersing photo paper in chemicals, and controlling the number of seconds it was immersed, these images were created.




To be able to make marks with more intent I began to use a “soft” resist to create gestural lines and marks in my Chemigrams. This is different from creators of Chemigrams who use a hard varnish. Details of the process are found on the PROCESS page of this web site.




With this series of images I hope to help raise public awareness of the dangers still present from the Fukushima reactor melt down in Japan, and from the nuclear industry in general.

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Untitled (F)

After Wang Wei / 2

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After Fukushima/ Memory of Nature (D)