From: Keith Gerling (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 07/30/03-09:00:09 AM Z
Beautiful work. Beautiful website.
From: Galina Manikova [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 5:02 AM
Subject: RE: Now for something completely different (from gum)
Thank you, Judy!
My website is not finished yet, so you will not find the technical
information there in full, but have a look at the work:
Best regards to everybody.
Kiellands gate 1a
Phone/fax: ++ 47 33 03 91 00
From: Judy Seigel [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 28. juli 2003 23:45
Subject: Re: Now for something completely different (from gum)
On Mon, 28 Jul 2003, Darryl Baird wrote:>
> Any thoughts? How can I harden the gum or improve its "grip" on the
> glass surface? Could I lightly spray the image with water to removed
> unexposed cyano? The image looked really good according to janet... I
> was out getting some mulch wouldn't you know it.
Darryl, Galina Manikova does gorgeous cyanotypes on glass, but as I recall
uses gelatine to sub.
But check Post-Factory #5. At the end of her article (Galina Manikova:
Nordic-Russian Goddess) there's a tech section, one part on "Photographs
on glass or ceramics," another on "Cyanotype on ceramic." I have one of
her VDB's on glass, which has been in or near a window for several years &
is still perfect (except for the soft metal in the frame, which is
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