about the artist: Christine Sloan

Picture taken with pin hole camera. I am a photographer living in southwest Michigan. I have studied photography at Kellogg Community College, The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts and Anderson Ranch. I've also taken my turn at teaching a next generation of photographers at The Art Center of Battle Creek.

As evidenced in my portfolio, I favor the subjects of landscape and architecture, often focusing on the details rather than the whole. More often than not, the images have a quiet moody atmosphere.

I have been experimenting with traditional and nontraditional photographic techniques including black and white infrared film and pinhole cameras. I am now exploring the use of digital imaging to create negatives for alternative and historical processes.

You can see my work at:

Blue Hour Gallery
127 Michigan Avenue
Marshall, Michigan

Cycling Salamander
02217 US31 South
Charlevoix, Michigan