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Venue 13

Venue address: The Crypt Gallery, Ford Road, Arundel BN18 9EA

Born in Los Angeles, Elizabeth Zeschin was raised in the wilds of Northern Oregon. Educated in Boston and Chicago, she studied theatre before embarking upon her photographic career in New York City. She has made her home in the United Kingdom for over twenty five years.


Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows in New York and the United Kingdom. Her portraits have been included in The 2003 and 2005 Schweppe’s and the 2008 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize Shows at The National Portrait Gallery in London. She has exhibited several times at The Royal Academy Summer Show. Her joint exhibition “Flora and Porna” was at The Arden and Anstruther Gallery in 2007. ” From My Garden ” was also shown at Arden and Anstruther in 2009. She has received Merit Awards in The Association of Photographers Awards Show (London), and has had work exhibited at The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London. She exhibited work in the 2018 AOP50 exhibition, “Images that Defined the Age” at Canary Wharf in London. Her Salt and Cyanotype prints were exhibited in 2019 at Parham House in West Sussex. She has been in numerous group shows at The Chelsea Arts Club in London. Her solo show there, “Endangered Species” was in 2022. Her work was selected for exhibition in the Royal Photographic Society IPE164 in 2023 in Bristol and then touring throughout the UK.


Her work is included in many published photographic collections including American Photography, Graphis Annual, Eros and The Association Awards books.


Elizabeth’s commercial clients have included American Express, NPower, Smirnoff Vodka, Perrier Jouet Champagne, Waterford Crystal, Laura Ashley, Harrods, The Conran Shop, Marks and Spencer, Boots and Johnson and Johnson.


She has worked for a wide range of editorial clients both in The United States and Europe including The New York Times Sophisticated Traveler, Conde Nast Traveler, Town and Country, Marie-Claire, Good Housekeeping, Elle Decor, Elle, Grand Designs, House and Garden, The World of Interiors, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Telegraph Sunday Magazine, Gourmet, Bon Appetit, Domino, Vogue, Vanity Fair and Martha Stewart Living.


We are very pleased that we will be exhibiting a selection of these unique prints in this year’s Arundel Festival/Gallery Trail at our Crypt Gallery.


Elizabeth Zeschin uses a hand made, large format, Austrian Lotus 8" x 10" Rapid Field View Camera. The camera is built in cherry wood that is oiled and waxed to give it a beautiful and lasting finish; metal parts are solid brass and aluminium; focusing gears are in Delrin that gives a smooth silky movement.


If that was not hard enough, the negatives are printed using the 19th century Salted Paper direct (without enlargement) method devised by Henry Fox Talbot.


This involves the “Printing Out” method: exposing the 8x10 negative to UV rays (sunlight), then a multistage development from prepared raw chemistry on paper.


The resultant prints are contemporary in composition but have a wonderful ‘vintage’ feel as a result of the gold tone used.


Other series are in cyanotype or monoprint/photogram.​

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