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William Jackson John Wawrzonek
WARD Gallery endeavors to to display unusually artistic photography.   Either the image itself is unique or there is something special about the way the artist prints their work.  For example, Ansel Adams was known equally for his Black and White landscapes and printing skills.  What is not commonly known is that he never varied from his use of older wide format cameras and established printing methods.

In the same way, Julia Mclemore uses a high resolution scanner and manipulates her floral subject to create exquisite photographic imagery.

For years, John Wawrzonek will visit a particular location which he knows has artistic possibilities, waiting for the precise moment to capture the image.  Then he painstakingly manipulates the image to achieve "best possible" reproduction followed with a printing process which gives the best rendering.  For years, it was Dye Transfer, now distinct.  Now it is Watercolor paper, treated with a light protecting chemical , displayed without glass, whose image is guaranteed not to fade.
William Jackson John Wawrzonek