At last there are alternative archival photographic processes and materials that are suited for my own studio work...

The other image transfer methods used by one of my favorite artists, Robert Rauschenberg, using solvents or the standard  "peel away acrylic gel medium" are either toxic or goopy. 

Thus, I have a custom designed studio for this system including several archival pigment printers, scanners and large work spaces.

I happily groove out in my Lake Worth, Florida studio, inventing new processes and techniques which end up as professional workshops as well as my own art work.

Whether you are a fine art photographer looking for a new way to present your work or an art adventurer , these workshops will be both informative and invigorating. New techniques foster new ideas and new approaches to your art.

Join us at one of our Alternative Transfer Workshops! 

Christine Ellinghausen

 

 

 

 

 

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 Music Time, archival pigment transfer on patina aluminum plate, mixed media, 2015, Christine Ellinghausen ©

Music Time, archival pigment transfer on patina aluminum plate, mixed media, 2015, Christine Ellinghausen ©

be prepared to shake hands with science and dance with art...
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 Down Beat,  6 archival pigment transfers on white metal panel, mixed media,   Christine Ellinghausen  ©  2015

Down Beat,  6 archival pigment transfers on white metal panel, mixed media,   Christine Ellinghausen ©2015