Vaune Trachtman

Vaune Trachtman is a photographer and printmaker whose work honors historic processes, but without using toxic chemicals. Formerly a master printer of silver-gelatin prints and asphaltum-based photogravures, she began to feel that her immune-system was being compromised by those processes. She now makes gravures using a non-toxic process that involves little more than light and water. She received her BA from Marlboro College and her MA from New York University and the International Center for Photography. She was born in Philadelphia and now lives in Brattleboro, Vermont.

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