Isca Greenfield-Sanders

Silver Beach
2009

Direct to plate
photogravure and aquatint

Somerset textured white paper
Image size 17½” x 14″
Paper size 27″ x 22″
Edition of 50

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Isca Greenfield-Sanders makes images of refracted light and subjects just out of reach. She is not afraid of combining beauty with a sense of the ominous that may be just outside the viewer’s frame. Indeed, she celebrates the ambiguous. These long beach scenes and parachutists conjure up dreams of nearly forgotten family holidays and war heroes. Her images come from discarded family photographs and slides that she purchases secondhand. This 2008 group of prints also shares a sensibility with Japanese water colors. They were made with a new process developed by Paulson Press and Magnolia Editions called directto-plate
photogravure.

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