I was a photo major in art school in the 90s... my favorite photographic printing process was always Palladium prints. There's something extremely special about the warm softness and depth of those prints compared to more modern silver gelatin prints. Much like the sound of a good vinyl record compared to modern digital files.
As we are speeding ever toward our digital future.... we are leaving something beautiful behind ... the tactile, touched by human hands, analog world.
Today to celebrate the beauty of the past, I'm launching the Palladium series of bowls. They have that same warm grey softness of vintage Palladium prints. Yet the wood texture and grain shine through. Taking simple Red Maple and transforming it into something more