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Entries in Colorado Fiber (3)


Jonathan Morse uses Colorado Fiber for FABRICATIONS

Jonathan Morse, a lifelong photographer and printmaker who uses Moab papers extensively ranging from Entrada, Slickrock, Moenkopi Unryu and others, will be presenting a new body of work entitled FABRICATIONS opening on May 10, 2014 at Byzantium Lofts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  His work weaves photographic and drawn material into wholly new images, celebrating 21st century mark-making made possible by the incredible range of substrates now available to the contemporary artist who wishes to use digital imaging as an original printmaking medium.  For this exhibit he has chosen Moab Colorado Fiber Gloss for its brilliant color rendition, rich blacks and its ability to capture detail with an almost three-dimensional ink deposit.  For more information about Jonathan and the past decade of his printmaking, please log on to his website


Nash Editions Chooses Colorado Fiber

If you happen to be checking out the current exhibit hanging at the Annenberg Space for Photography, you'll recognize some familiar names such as Michael Nichols, Paul Nicklen, Clyde Butcher and Colorado Fiber.  

All the printing for Extreme Exposure was done by Nash Editions using their current favorite, Colorado Fiber Gloss paper.

Extreme Exposure is a group exhibit that celebrates five photographers who thrive in environments that few dare to explore braving dangerous conditions in order to capture rarely seen moments in the life of our planet. Extreme Exposure continues through April 17, 2011.

The venue, an initiative of the Annenberg Foundation and its trustees, is the first solely photographic cultural destination in the Los Angeles area, and it creates a new paradigm in the world of photography.


On the ground at the Moab Symposium

Moab in the springtime is a great place to be, especially for a photographer. Those in the know have participated in the Moab Photography Symposium each year for the past 7 years. The event coordinator is Bruce Hucko - photographer/Moab resident - who rounds up the best speakers and sponsors and brings them in for a few days.

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