Friday, December 10, 2010

ancient olive project continuing stoooory...

so now the hunting, finding, shooting of the Ancient Olive trees has come to an end and I have returned to New Zealand with the material and am working very hard on the final printwork for all my amazing project supporters...

I am having some problems finding a black and white darkroom to use for the limited edition print run...but I will find a way ...
the colour printwork is what I am working on this week...and the choosing of the best recipe .... 



I did end up having grannies fighting to give me recipes in the supermarket just before I left :) ... and rushing to their houses to get the food so I could try it ... got to love that !

I particularly liked the sagne incannulate ...but there was one risotto that I could eat every day of my life ... hmmmm

at this point I would like to thank another series of backers and supporters...

thank you so very much to
Amy J McCray
Gofenshefer she makes lovely accessories inspired by the natural world
Solvita Danevica who makes sweet jewellery and miniature pinback buttons 
Erica Kremenak
thank you to Inge you can find her here at cri-cricurieux

thank you also to Elsa Dorfman who is a wonderful photographer from the USA who shoots with one of the only 7 giant polaroid rail cameras .... the camera is so huge it needs a few people to move it and she makes giant polaroids 20x24 inches... 

thanks to Vincent Corona-Evans
Marleen De Troyer
Bonnie Jones , another photographer (I particularly like her teapot house picture!!!)
my new lovely sis Lynn Evans and her husband Zeke

and my dear friend Peter Towers ... a genius architecture photographer that I used to assist when I was just a baby photo-kid

6 comments:

BHB Kidstyle said...

They are just soooooo, beautiful!

zenzphotography said...

Great Trees & great photographs !!!

Pink Knitter said...

Great work!

Wow, so glad that you were able to get in touch with Elsa Dorfman. I sensed she would be interested in your project.

Star of the East said...

I wish I could see them all in real on gorgeous paper in my hands!

ingermaaike said...

Oh printed out they will look so incredible. You have this knack of making everything look more alive in you pictures than the real thing :)

Morrgan said...

Haha, love the bit about the grannies in the supermarket, I can imagine it. :)

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