POST East – So much to see! Tamsen Wojtanowski @ 110 Church gallery

Cyanotype Process

After you visit Marianne in her studio @ Globe Dye Works – come down South to Old City where NAPOLEON member Tamsen Wojtanowski will be gallery sitting with her current body of work, a series of large cyanotype prints @ 110 CHURCH gallery. Tamsen will be there to answer all your questions about the process … Continue reading

Napoleon Member Tamsen Wojtanowski Makes Philly Mag’s First Friday Picks for Exhibition at 110 CHURCH gallery

Tamsen Wojtanowski: Shelter, Book

Tamsen Wojtanowski: Shelter Up through November 22nd, Napoleon founding member Tamsen Wojtanowski’s exhibition of new work at 110 CHURCH gallery has been chosen by Philadelphia Magazine as one of their First Friday Picks for the month of October. 110 CHURCH gallery Tamsen Wojtanowski : Shelter EXHIBITION October 2 – November 22, 2014 ARTIST RECEPTION October … Continue reading

Title Magazine’s Review of “Inside Voices”

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A quote from Title Magazine’s Deborah Krieger, Inside Voices, at first glance, might seem to be made up of rather disparate media: black and white photography by Tamsen Wojtanowski and textiles by C. Pazia Mannella. Yet the closer I looked, the more I was able to see visual cues and connections between such different types … Continue reading

Exhibition Essay for Tamsen Wojtanowski & Jennah White’s “You Will Never Arrive” by Nancy Brokaw

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Text from Nancy Brokaw’s thoughtful essay on Tamsen Wojtanowski’s and Jennah White’s collaborative exhibition at the Tyler School of Art: Consider: You Will Never Arrive What does a photograph do? Once, the answer was easy. Photography fixes the world, pins it down. Consider: The click of the shutter fixes a moment, freezing the past in … Continue reading

Tamsen Wojtanowski & Jennah White @ the Atrium Gallery, Tyler School of Art

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Duality and the Photographic Image

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-Or- “Another Reason Why I Love Photography” Finite/Infinite. In the photograph, maybe it’s an absence, of you or of them. Your heart feels a tug, you feel remorse and an anxiety to be done with the looking. The photograph is a reminder that hurts us. It closes doors. In the photograph, maybe its a moment … Continue reading

What’s the color of your aura?

Sandy DuVeau

Sandy DuVeau – Aura Queen Photography Take the quiz, here.

#Swoon – Elin O’Hara Slavick: After Hiroshima

Elin O'Hara Slavick, After Hiroshima

I have been a fan of this work for years. Teaching an Alternative Process class in Photography, we review a lot of those historical processes in the medium. I always try to make those processes as applicable as I can to today, looking for contemporary artists who are putting these processes to work. When learning … Continue reading

Sleep of Beloved: A Haiku

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In long exposure fell in love with a couple while they were asleep. Visit Paul Schneggenburger at his website, here.

Great Review of “One More Day!”

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Big Praise from Knight Arts for Wojtanowksi and Roth Chip Schwartz covers February’s NAPOLEON Show In the review, Schwartz sees some of the images in One More Day as tugging “at some shadowy nostalgia and seem more like memories than actual objects themselves.”  Of others he says: Their exacting, linear compositions draw to mind runes … Continue reading

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