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Bob Marshall

Bob
Marshall

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Bob Marshall is a printmaker using old processes invented in the Victorian era. Each of his prints is individually made by hand and is a unique work of art. Bob often creates his own photosensitive paper by coating cotton rag art paper with home-made sensitisers using brushes or sponges. Brush strokes in the final print are part of the charm of the process. In recent work Bob has incorporated other materials into the print surface to give different textures much as a painter might do. The print is made by exposing a large transparent negative on to the paper and then wet processing the print followed by thorough washing and drying.

Learning from his father, Bob Marshall has been a keen photographer from the age of 11 and his first camera was a Brownie box camera. He uses a variety of cameras to create his images. He still often uses old vintage film cameras and pinhole cameras as well as modern digital cameras.

Bob has had portfolios published in PhotoArt International and work accepted in the Lon-don Salon and in Royal Photographic Society members and international exhibitions. Bob’s prints are held in private collections in the UK and abroad.

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