2018 FALL FESTIVAL

PHOTOGRAPHY ARTISTS

 

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Susan Fries (Map#45)

Roseville, MN

In my home studio I use Dye Sublimation Printing to print my photos on a variety of items such as Aluminum, Wood, Masonite Wavy Murals, Decorative & Tempered Glass as well as other items.


 

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Jamie heiden (Map#18)

Holmen, WI

All of my work contains multiple photographic layers. Working on each individual layer, I perform tasks I once used in the darkroom that are now tools I have at my fingertips using the computer.


 

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melinda martin & Chuck Hinrichs Jr. (Map#52)

Plymouth, MN

After researching & scouting, we revisit a location until the desired weather & light conditions occur. Images are processed in Lightroom and printed on canvas.


 

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tony small (Map#99)

Hopkins, MN

Digital photography and some High Dynamic Range images. Images are landscape and human interest from MN and around the country. Printed with highest quality inks on archivable papers, canvas and metal.


 

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andy hall (Map#55-56)

Climax, MN

Landscape and still life photography. I use a digital camera and perform all aspects of my craft including image capture, printing and framing. I offer archival prints on paper, canvas or aluminum.


 

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John Caughlan (Map#77-78)

St. Cloud, MN

I use a DSLR camera with filters to capture Minnesota landscape images. Each image is inspected and minor adjustments are made. The image is printed on acid free paper with 100-year archival inks.


 

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Victoria Walz (Map#93)

Corcoran, MN

Both classic and contemporary image-making methods are used. The artist is the only one who works directly with the photographs before archival edition prints are produced.


 

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Jim Gindorff (Map#112)

St. Paul, MN

Classical landscape photography presented primarily in a panoramic format. All artwork is captured, printed and presented solely by the artist, Jim Gindorff, using archival media and materials.