the image transfer process transforms a photograph into a unique, one-of-a-kind work of art, imbuing it with a "painted" and ethereal quality. the process: a slide image is exposed to Polaroid film and processed with a slide printer. the resulting negative is then applied to a specially prepared sheet of Arches watercolour paper (140 pound), where the image is absorbed by the medium. the result: an old world, impressionistic objet d'art - no two of which are identical. often, the residue from the polaroid will leave an uneven black border or frame around the edges of the transfer, which adds to the individuality of each image transfer.
each print is matted, signed & dated by the artist.
many of our photographs can be transformed into an image transfer although at the present time, we are only utilizing prints made from colour slides. If you do not see a particular urban caravan image in our image transfer gallery, e-mail us with your request at: firstname.lastname@example.org.