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Re: Sarah Moon's Pigment Prints
> I think it was an Ultrastable print either made by Marc Bruhat, in
>Paris, or somebody in London (I do not know his name).
> Gerard Niemetzky
> From: Keith Gerling <email@example.com>
> Subject: RE: PIGMENT PRINTS
>Not that this contribution will assist in determining just WHAT a pigment
>print consists of, but I encountered a rather large (20x30 or therebouts)
>nude by Sarah Moon in a large show recently. It was identified as being a
>Pigment Print. It was in color, and I couldn't determine how it was made.
>The gallery representative was clueless.
As Gerard has noted, Sarah Moon had pigment prints made by Marc Bruhat
while he operated his lab "Sillages" in Paris, France. Marc made these
prints using the UltraStable pigment emulsions. Marc closed his lab about
two years ago and no longer does any printing. More recently, Sarah Moon
has had her work printed by Adam Lowe and Mike Ward of PermaPrint, Ltd., in
London. This new work is also printed with UltraStable pigment emulsions.
As Keith noted, clueless-ness remains too often associated with pigment
printing. At present, Art & Soul, in Seattle, Washington, and PermaPrint,
Ltd. in London offer UltraStable printmaking services. Ataraxia Studios
also offer a pigment printmaking service with their own emulsions.
Tod Gangler and Craig Beverly
Art & Soul Studio