Seattle photographer, Douglas Ethridge, is always exploring the options–whether it be a camera, a way of printing, a way of working, or interpreting the world. He was an array of different series, and I am featuring four below. The most recent series, that he will be presenting at Photolucida, is Selective Memories. Taken with a twin lens Rollei and printed as palladium prints.
Douglas is the consumate professional, and at the same time highly creative–skills that have served him well in the commercial world, and in the fine art photography world, reflected by three solo shows in 2008.
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Santiago Vanegas: UN TE ST ES O AM R CAFebruary 19th, 2020
Bill Westheimer: New Vistas: Photographers working with the LandscapeJanuary 31st, 2020
Amanda Musick: New Vistas: Photographers working with the LandscapeJanuary 27th, 2020
Christopher Russell: CascadesJanuary 24th, 2020