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Old Photo Process Well-Suited for Temporal Theme of Works

Jun 30, 2014

Life cycles and natural processes drive David Stichweh as a photographer.

Using landscape and botanical studies, his works record transitional, fleeting moments. Fading flower blossoms, sunlight on tree branches and withered leaves are reminders of the temporal.

Consisting of a selection of cyanotypes — a process developed in the mid-1800s — his photos on view at Otterbein University in Westerville are nostalgic and function as records of loss and change.

Read the full article in The Columbus Dispatch.

See Otterbein summer art exhibition schedule.

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