JAN 13 / FEB 24.01


VISIONARY LANDSCAPES
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CORINNE DUNE
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ANN MATLOCK


Corinne Dune’s
“Landscapes of Time” are created by using a photographic process from the 19th century. She uses a homemade pinhole camera obscura, which, because of the extremely long exposures required, alters “normal” time and erases any human presence in the image. Then the alchemy begins.  Using cotton paper coated with gelatin, gum arabic, potassium dichromate, and pigments (matched for color to the soil from the areas photographed), Ms. Dune utilizes the extensive photo conservation and preservation techniques she learned in her native France to produce these haunting, unique prints.  Ms. Dune has exhibited in France, Mexico, and the U.S. She lives and works in Austin.


Ann Matlock’s images and the colors in her weavings are abstracted from the landscape.  Often the tapestry work springs from the watercolors she has painted of plant and landscape forms from the southwest, especially the Texas hill country, where she maintains her studio.  Matlock combines traditional tapestry techniques with brocade stitches she developed, which give a sculptural quality and added depth of color to the work. Ms. Matlock teaches at Lamar University, Beaumont, and has exhibited extensively in the United States.   

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