Great October for photography in Oxford! In addition to the William Eggleston exhibition at the University Museum, I enjoyed a Saturday with The Clicks: Ole Miss Photography Club. Here's a few photographs from our Saturday workshop this past month, making cyanotype rayograms.
Still working with Cyanotypes, but it here are a few contact prints made using liquid emulsion! Took some trial and error and was good to get out of the comfort zone.
I was honored to be part of the MS Arts Hour. We recorded the session in Oxford, MS late November and it aired this past December.
You can listen to the full podcast of the interview here:
It's an honor to receive 1st place in the "Who is Magdalena" Exhibition and have the "Spine" print be a part of the hotel’s permanent collection! Thanks to Aline Smithson for jurying the show and Britney Penouilh, the Art Director behind this annual PhotoNola exhibition.
Exhibit on display December 04 2015 - January 04 2016
A tri-color gum bichromate print- whew! What an intense but rewarding process. Looking forward to trying more. I made this at Maine Media Workshops this summer. So, the true test will be setting up in Mississippi and seeing what happens!
Extra thanks to The Bowerbird of Lubbock, TX, for this photo and Texas Tech University's SRO Photo Gallery for showing my prints this past month!
My solo exhibition at Texas Tech University's SRO Photo Gallery is up and running through May 10th.
Thanks to The Bowerbird, of Lubbock, Texas, for the review. Read it here.
"Upon first glance, Jaime Johnson’s Untamed photographic series recalls Victorian-era portraiture and Audubon-like documentations. With further study, they remind me of the recent TV series, American Horror Story, playing upon antebellum etiquette and contradiction..." -Hannah Dean, The Bowerbird