Handcoloring is the process, developed in 1839, of overlaying combinations of photo oils, pencils, spot pens and pastels in layers covering portions of an underlining black and white photograph, enhancing but not changing the original print. Using small tips and fine brushes, I apply color to intricately detailed areas that is not naturally available to an image, creating moods with hints of tints, ultra color or fully painted effects that stretches the imagination.  Rather than recapturing the view as originally seen through the camera's lens, this historic process allows me the creative expression to alter each photograph into an unique image. This labor-intensive process transforms a black and white print into a fine piece of art.

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Bench & Stair

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Roses, Wicker and a Chair

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Rose Cottage

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  Verde Ventana  (Green Window)

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Hello There

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One Bell

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Daffs in a Pot

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TRusty Truck

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Dos BlancoTulips

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Sunshine Fresh

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Over a Barrel

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"Re-Marq"able Truck

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OK City Birthday

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Afternoon Delight

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Olde World Charm


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