“Crossing” by Nina Rizzo


Artist:  Nina Rizzo
Dimensions:  9 x 7

Award: Best in Show

This is a Lumen print. A photographic process after that of botanist Anna Atkin’s work in the 1840’s, it captures the delicacy and translucence of nature. I find it to be an intriguing process to use while enjoying my natural surroundings in a creative, and often serendipitous way! I have an affinity for photographic history; making prints with discontinued and hard-to-find gelatin silver papers is a way to connect the delights of daily life with the past.
FRAMED (frame not shown).

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“The combined influence of the early immersion into classical sculpture and painting and the beauty of my mountain home have given me much of the inspiration for my artwork:  photography, drawing, painting, printmaking, and assemblage. I have also enjoyed sharing my enthusiasm for photography and other media with others (by) … teaching and conducting workshops.”

Rizzo’s work is in the permanent collection of The Museum of Art – Fort Lauderdale, The Billy Graham Center Museum, The Art Institutes International, as well as many other corporate and private collections. She has exhibited extensively and is a visiting artist through the Statewide Partnership Program of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.


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