Photography by Frank R. Gorga
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have been experimenting with "alternative processes"; mainly cyanotype
and gum printing. This gallery contains the first of these efforts that
I am willing to "go public" with". The cyanotype was invented
in 1842; "google it" to find out more!
July/August 2005, Joan and I spent two weeks in Alaska visiting the Kenai
Peninsula and Central Alaska as far north as Denali National Park. Here
are some of the resulting photos.
and I spent the last two weeks of August 2007 canoeing in the Barren Lands
of the Northwest Territories in Canada with an interesting group of eight
fellow travelers. The Barren Lands are the largest wilderness area remaining
in North America. The only signs of other people we say for thirteen days
were a single contrail at high altitude and some abandoned trappers gear
(a wood stove for heating a tent and some old traps). We had a wonderful
time! The link (to the right will take you to a slide show featuring some
of the photographs I made on the tip.
|In September 2007, I had a "one man show" at the Anderson Gallery on the Bridgewater State College campus. The exhibit, titled "Frank Gorga: Recent Photographs and Cyanotypes" consists of twenty three photographs (a mix of color and black and white) and seven cyanotypes. Please click on the link to the left to see a web version of this exhibit.
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