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Elizabeth Siegfried

Independent Fine Art Photographer

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Chicago, Illinois,60611

United States

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Employment History

Principal

Ricksticks Inc


President

Gallery 44


Artist-In-Residence

The Banff Centre


Affiliations

The Center for Fine Art Photography Inc

Member of Photography Committee


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Photographer Elizabeth Siegfried discovered 16mm film footage shot by her grandmother from 1927 to 1945.
These scenes are now preserved forever in large-scale photographic prints. An exhibition, "CIRCUS! will showcase these prints in November as part of Phillippi Estate Park's 100th-anniversary celebration. (Sarasota-Manatee) Photographer Elizabeth Siegfried is known for her self-portraits, meditative landscapes and narrative sequences. Her latest photographic series captures the intersection of her family history and the legacy of the circus. In 2006, Siegfried discovered a wooden crate that turned out to be a box of wonder. Siegfried immediately recognized her grandmother's achievement. As they say, it takes one to know one. The films inspired Siegfried to celebrate her grandmother's vision with a cross generational artistic collaboration. Working from still frames in the films, Siegfried reinterpreted candid moments and enlarged them into photographic prints. These images live on in her Cards Without Words collection-a limited series of high-quality blank greeting cards. According to Siegfried, her grandmother's artistry had informed her own work-even before she discovered the lost film footage. "Historically, my family has been matriarchal," she says. "From what I've learned from personal experience, watching these 16mm films and listening to family lore, my maternal great-grandmother, grandmother and mother shared a solid sense of identity and positive strong will. I've used historical images and film footage of these women in my own work to create narratives about family, the passage of time, a sense of place, and memory. I'm constantly amazed at how similar my own photographic sensibility is to that of my grandmother." Siegfried, who recently moved to Sarasota with her husband, the composer James Grant, was also surprised to discover the Sarasota connection behind many of these images. About Elizabeth Siegfried Elizabeth Siegfried is known for her portraiture, meditative landscapes and strong narratives. Her work has been exhibited in the US, Canada, Europe, Japan and Mexico. She taught platinum printing for 12 years at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography in Toronto and has received numerous awards in the U.S. and Canada. Siegfried's photographs have been reproduced and discussed in such publications as Black & WhiteMagazine, Shadow and LightMagazine, SHOTS magazine, Schwarzweiss,La Fotografia Actual, Camera Arts, Photo Life Magazine and ARTNews. In 2008, she was one of the featured photographers on "Behind The Camera," a television production aired on Bravo! and Discovery HD. Her first book, LifeLines, was published in 2000 and includes a literary introduction by the National Book Award Winner Andrea Barrett. Siegfried's work is represented in many private and public collections, including the Aaron Copland House in Cortlandt Manor, New York; Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts in Japan; Alliance Française de Toronto Collection, Toronto, Ontario; the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography in Ottawa; and the Peter E. Palmquest Women in Photography International Archive held at the Beinicke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. Siegfried also has her work in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art's Feminist Art Base at the Brooklyn Museum in Brooklyn, New York. In recent years, Siegfried has expanded her mode of presentation of platinum prints to include archival digital prints and wet plate collodion. For more information about Elizabeth Siegfried and Cards Without Words, visit www.elizabethsiegfried.com, www.cardswithoutwords.com andwww.terminaproject.com.


subyronenterprises.com

Photographer Elizabeth Siegfried discovered 16mm film footage shot by her grandmother from 1927 to 1945.
These scenes are now preserved forever in large-scale photographic prints. An exhibition, "CIRCUS! will showcase these prints in November as part of Phillippi Estate Park's 100th-anniversary celebration. (Sarasota-Manatee) Photographer Elizabeth Siegfried is known for her self-portraits, meditative landscapes and narrative sequences. Her latest photographic series captures the intersection of her family history and the legacy of the circus. In 2006, Siegfried discovered a wooden crate that turned out to be a box of wonder. Siegfried immediately recognized her grandmother's achievement. As they say, it takes one to know one. The films inspired Siegfried to celebrate her grandmother's vision with a cross generational artistic collaboration. Working from still frames in the films, Siegfried reinterpreted candid moments and enlarged them into photographic prints. These images live on in her Cards Without Words collection-a limited series of high-quality blank greeting cards. According to Siegfried, her grandmother's artistry had informed her own work-even before she discovered the lost film footage. "Historically, my family has been matriarchal," she says. "From what I've learned from personal experience, watching these 16mm films and listening to family lore, my maternal great-grandmother, grandmother and mother shared a solid sense of identity and positive strong will. I've used historical images and film footage of these women in my own work to create narratives about family, the passage of time, a sense of place, and memory. I'm constantly amazed at how similar my own photographic sensibility is to that of my grandmother." Siegfried, who recently moved to Sarasota with her husband, the composer James Grant, was also surprised to discover the Sarasota connection behind many of these images. About Elizabeth Siegfried Elizabeth Siegfried is known for her portraiture, meditative landscapes and strong narratives. Her work has been exhibited in the US, Canada, Europe, Japan and Mexico. She taught platinum printing for 12 years at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography in Toronto and has received numerous awards in the U.S. and Canada. Siegfried's photographs have been reproduced and discussed in such publications as Black & WhiteMagazine, Shadow and LightMagazine, SHOTS magazine, Schwarzweiss,La Fotografia Actual,Camera Arts, Photo Life Magazine and ARTNews. In 2008, she was one of the featured photographers on "Behind The Camera," a television production aired on Bravo! and Discovery HD. Her first book, LifeLines, was published in 2000 and includes a literary introduction by the National Book Award Winner Andrea Barrett. Siegfried's work is represented in many private and public collections, including the Aaron Copland House in Cortlandt Manor, New York; Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts in Japan; Alliance Française de Toronto Collection, Toronto, Ontario; the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography in Ottawa; and the Peter E. Palmquest Women in Photography International Archive held at the Beinicke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. Siegfried also has her work in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art's Feminist Art Base at the Brooklyn Museum in Brooklyn, New York. In recent years, Siegfried has expanded her mode of presentation of platinum prints to include archival digital prints and wet plate collodion. For more information about Elizabeth Siegfried and Cards Without Words, visit www.elizabethsiegfried.com, www.cardswithoutwords.com and www.terminaproject.com.


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Interview with Elizabeth Siegfried, Fine Art Photographer
Ms. Elizabeth Siegfried Elizabeth Siegfried is a fine art photographer and platinum printer whose work has been shown in Japan, Italy, Mexico, Canada, and the United States, and reproduced in such publications as Shutterbug, C Magazine, and Photo Life Magazine. Ms. Siegfried first was introduced to the platinum process in 1982, while studying at The Maine Photographic Workshops, where she studied with platinum print master Sal Lopes. She continued this work as an Artist-In-Residence at the Banff Center for the Arts, and has made the platinum process her specialty. Ms. Siegfried & Her Career | The Actual Work | Education Information & Advice | Job Information & Advice | Industry Trends Ms. Siegfried & Her Career


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buy landscape, still lifes, nudes, self-portraits and large format platinum prints | To purchase her book, LifeLines, contact Elizabeth Siegfried | buy landscape, still lifes, nudes, self-portraits and large format platinum prints | Contact
exquisite platinum and iris prints from Elizabeth Siegfried All images ©2015 Elizabeth Siegfried. All Rights Reserved.


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