Nadine Boughton
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Nadine Boughton
Adventures in Digital Collage
Thursday, April 19th, 2012 6:30-8:00pm

Nadine Boughton has worked as a fine art photographer and collage artist for decades.  She became interested in digital imaging eight years ago.  Her digital collages are constructed using vintage materials from popular culture - magazines, cookbooks, scrapbooks, comics.  The flatbed scanner acts as a camera and the collage is crafted in Photoshop using a variety of compositing techniques.

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Along with sharing her artistic development and process, Boughton will present her newest portfolio, “True Adventures in Better Homes,” which earned her a place in the “Top 50” at Photolucida’s Critical Mass 2011 competition.  The art depicts a collision of two worlds:  men’s adventure magazines meets Better Homes and Gardens.  Her interest is in the culture of the 1950’s and early ’60‘s.  She uses humor to probe the collective psyche.

Boughton grew up in Rochester, New York, under the shadow of George Eastman’s Kodak Tower.  She studied briefly with Garry Winogrand during her Leica years.  Her work is exhibited widely in galleries and museums.  She currently lives in Gloucester, MA where she teaches photography, collage and creative writing.

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