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Display Review — Page 2

Here we have a photo collage display created with color photo prints, accumulated on a visit to the Philippean Islands. The assembled photographs identify significant locations where a brother fought and was killed during WW II.

Wet-mounting with resin coated (RC) photo paper has its challenges, but it can be done quite easily if proper care is taken. Keep in mind that color photos, displayed in natural light for a length of time, may tend to fade. This is not true when black and white photos are used.

This black & white photo collage measures 4' x 6'. The photos were printed on double-weight, matte-surface, fiber paper. The mounting base was 1//4" masonite. The mounting and final varnish medium was acrylic matte. Note that figure movement was arranged so that the eye is held within the picture.

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