From the beginning, I was struck by the potential for luminosity, darkness and magic in that raw Teton landscape. Friendly and unfriendly, it was a phenomenon which lent itself to myth - like observing the moon from Earth. Storms would roll through the valley in the summer afternoons and the clouds would huddle around the mountains as though a part of some private meeting of pagan deities. All of the activity around those mountains fueled my imagination and curiosity.
The original image was created on an outing with the Asymbol Team in August 2015 as a 4x5in, clear-glass ambrotype. En route to an adventure on Jackson Lake, we brought my collodion equipment and made this exposure. The day itself was a throw back to the innocence and playfulness of when I first lived in Jackson: swimming in lakes, laughing like crazy, endless youth on an endless day.
The Grand Platinum
This edition is being reproduced with two printing styles: digital printing and platinum/palladium (Pt/Pd) printing.
Giclee Print Edition on Metallic Photo Paper
15" x 12"
22" x 17.5"
100 limited-edition prints, with signed & numbered provenance card
33" x 26"
50 limited-edition prints, with signed & numbered provenance card
Giclee sizes listed are the image size
Platinum/Palladium Print Edition
24" x 20"
25 limited-edition, signed and numbered hand brushed platinum/palladium prints.
Only 1 Print Remaining
Each Platinum/Palladium print edition has unique hand brushed borders
$75.00 - $525.00
Santa Barbara, CA
Conceptual, fine art photographer, Lindsey Ross (b. 1981) has early memories of making photographs, which include enlarging poster-sized images in the basement darkroom with her father. She has been most influenced by photographers such as Marcia Resnick and Francesca Woodman. In 2008 Ross moved to California to pursue an MFA Photography at Brooks Institute. She became interested in wet plate collodion process when she viewed a collection of early 20th century prisoner mug shots.