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Cyanotype postcard

A cyanotype postcard by Tom Simonson.

RACINE — “Just Racine, Cyanotypes” by Tom Simonson is the featured exhibit through Nov. 10 at Spectrum Gallery, located in the east Building of the DeKoven Center, 2050 Wisconsin Ave.

The show features a collection of 20 familiar Racine architectural images created with historical methods combined with a modern digital photographic process. A timeline of this process is also presented and visitors will see how Simonson worked with a digital photograph, converting it to a digital negative and applying the cyanotype process to create the final image. Cyanotype — with a short range of bluish tones — was the first imaging process made from a photographic negative to paper in 1842.

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Many of Simonson’s works are for sale. Gallery hours are noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in October, and noon to 4 p.m. beginning in November. The exhibit can also be seen by appointment by calling 262-634-4345.

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