The Creative Process Of Two Surrealist Artists Who Use Photography In Their Work

Check out this video featuring the work of Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor. They each discuss their creative process and use of photography to create surrealist stories.

Uelsmann has been creating composited photographs using multiple enlarger WAY before Photoshop was invented (late 50’s, early 60’s). His images are imaginative and surreal. You can read more in this insightful interview with Jerry Uelsmann.

Maggie has embraced digital technology and references the history of photography in her images which combine scans and digital drawings.

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2 Responses to The Creative Process Of Two Surrealist Artists Who Use Photography In Their Work

  1. kjsnover says:

    Wow, I am in awe! Such creativity. Thanks for posting!

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