My thank to everyone’s patience while these changes take place. I am now entirely moved out of the shop I had on lower Queen Ann in Seattle, and am beginning to set back up at home, this will take some time.I am confident future pics of the workspace will reveal far more positive potential! I am indebted to several great people without whom I’d not have pulled this off, more soon.
© Mel Curtis
A few updates on artists and pieces view entire entry
© tyler boley
I will have an open studio sale this weekend view entire entry
I used to be able to say “we” here at Custom Digital, because it was view entire entry
Join master printers Tyler Boley and Ron Reeder on Saturday July 27 view entire entry
all the news that’s important will continue to be here. In the meantime, for more casual updates, now there is, of course.. you guessed it, a facebook page…
Feel free to visit.
Well, the last year or so has been quite tumultuous, in a variety of ways, resulting in this blog resembling a wasteland of neglect. Activity continues however, and i hope to post with far more regularity this year. I’d like to thank the following artists and clients for the work we’ve done together over the previous months:
Jeff Corwin, Experience Music Project Museum, William Mitchell, David Barnes, David Samuel Robbins, William Rugen, Lance Mercer, Randy Wells, Mel Curtis, Ron Reeder, Neely Boau, Lisa Ahlberg, Lauren Henkin, Charles Peterson, Rosanne Olson, Gary Dardas, Neal Stiffelman, Rebecca Sullivan, Jennifer Stanton, and many others.
See you soon
Very excited to be a part of this, it’s been a long time coming, a website called The Agnostic Print. It’s self explanatory if you take a quick look at the “about” page. If there is anything pertinent to Custom Digital, I will link to it here. Just to make sure the url can’t be missed, if you want to go there, click on this- THE AGNOSTIC PRINT. This came about over the years as a result of various gatherings of like minded talented people, earlier written about here- and here-
I’m hopeful that the on line presence of these remarkable people and their commitment to creating remarkable photographic objects of art will be a productive part in a widening community with similar concerns and commitments.
Well it’s been a while since there has been a post here, not for lack view entire entry
my print seems to amuse everyone, but Bill
L to R above- Scott King, Bill Kennedy, Dana Ceccarelli, Jon Cone, moi, Walker Blackwell. Not seen- Wells Smith, John Dean. This is a late post, finally view entire entry