France Scully Osterman is an artist and educator, and works out of Scully & Osterman Skylight Studio in Rochester's Highland Park neighborhood. Osterman specializes in historic (alternative) photographic processes, including wet-plate collodion, salt and albumen printing. She is a guest scholar at George Eastman House international Museum of photography and Film and is represented by Howard Greenberg Gallery, NYC and Tilt Gallery, Phoenix.
Laszlo and Carole ©2002 France Scully Osterman
waxed salt print from collodion negative
George Eastman House: http://www.eastmanhouse.org/
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