Re: Gum printers in UK (Re: Scott McMahon gum workshop, September
Yes, Northern England is not so near. When I was on a bicycle trip
with my son this summer we cycled from here in a little more then one
day to Calais (170km from here) and only the wheater prevented us
from hopping over the canal for a few days.
The september gumworkshop is meant for photographers who want to
start gumprinting. It covers the complete process in theory and
practice with some (digital) negative making added. I also do a tri-
color workshop in november.
On 16-aug-2007, at 16:23, email@example.com wrote:
Youy are about 9 hours drive from me (Northern england). I will
remember your offer. Thank you. I see you have a gum course in
september. What does this cover?
On Aug 16 2007, Kees Brandenburg wrote:
... and if you ever happen to cross the canal I'm based in Middelburg
in the South West part of the Netherlands and doing gumworkshops too.
Not that far at all !
On 16-aug-2007, at 12:26, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Hi Katharine,
> Thanks for that. I've spoken to John who says he will help me out.
> Julian can't be found anywhere...I wonder...has he and Terry King
> ever been seen together...?
> On Aug 15 2007, Katharine Thayer wrote:
> On Aug 14, 2007, at 3:31 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> > That is very nice work indeed. Thanks for the link. In a similar
> > vein, does anyone in the UK offer workshops in Gum? I contacted
> > only person I know in the UK - Terry King - but he is far too
> > expensive. Two days for 600 bucks and 1,000 dollars for 5 days.
> > rich for my blood. It could be that it's a differant process
> > though. He calls it Gum Rex now...Anyway I would love to visit
> > a Gum worker in the UK, just to see how they work.
> Is that true about Gum Rex, or was that tongue in cheek?
> I don't know if either of these guys are doing workshops, but
> John Brewer, at
> and Julian Smart. I can't find a website for him, but he has a page
> on alternativephotography. I don't have time to search and see if
> they have contact information for the artist there.
> That would be at least a couple of people to talk to. Good luck,
> > Regards
> > David H
> > On Aug 13 2007, Katharine Thayer wrote:
> > I happened to see this on APUG, thought folks here should know
> > it, if it hasn't been announced here (I don't remember seeing an
> > announcement here at any rate).
> > http://www.projectbasho.org/workshops/2007summer/gum.html
> > Also, here's his website, with examples of his gum work:
> > http://www.scottmcmahonphoto.com/
> > kt