What an Artist Looks Like
with Jay Goldsmith, A.C.Ph.
For the last 10 years Jay has been working with platinum/palladium, a nineteenth century printing process characterized by a very long tonal scale and an extremely stable, aesthetically pleasing image (the pt/pd particles that make the image are embedded within the fibers of the paper).
In this era of ubiquitous digital images, a hand-made print stands out as distinctive and something of a signifier of artistry. For the last three years Jay has photographed about ninety artists in his community and exhibited his platinum/palladium portraits of them with two pieces of their own work. It has become something of an event, and several thousand potential clients will attend over the course of the two months that the exhibit runs.
Join Jay as he discusses branding ourselves as artists and this marketing idea that might very well work for you
Join us for a buffet dinner and socializing from 6 to 7:15 p.m. followed by the program from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
E-mail Jim Carlen at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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