Work with Polaroid having rekindled my attraction to photochemistry, I’m now experimenting with cyanotype and planning to make a limited number of smaller prints using this process. Something blue should be available after we’ve had a bit more of the sunshine upon which cyanotype depends.
Joint exhibition with painter Cath Dunn at the Blue Moon cafe, Sheffield from 17 January to 27 March 2018.
Limited edition prints on exhibition at Gerry’s Bakery & Coffee House 25 April to 13 May 2017.
Endings is a new series of Polaroid photographs that marks both the loss of street trees felled in Sheffield’s controversial highways maintenance project, and the end of the age of instant peel-apart film.
Because this analogue process does not deliver negatives each photograph is unique, measuring 3¼x4¼ inches, framed and mounted with old-school photo corners, signed on the mount and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
A digital C-type print of Central Park exhibited in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and in Wolverhampton Art Gallery in the travelling gallery exhibition Reclaiming Our Cultural Landscapes 2017.
A review in 2017 of my publications history for Designers and Artists Copyright Society reveals around 400 appearances of my photographs in 50+ publications.
Delivered Portland Works and Yard to Cupola Gallery for Christmas exhibition ‘To Please A Few’.
Paul won First Prize in the British Horological Institute Photographic Competition The Passage of Time, June 2016.
Woman and child has inspired Kevin Hanson to write his poem Being Human. Park Hill flats I inspired Ruth G Mellor of Walkley Feral Writers to compose Regeneration, accompanying the photograph at the Walkley Festival Art Exhibition, June 2015.
A new edition of my photo book, re-titled Paul Schatzberger: Photographs 1988 – 2015 is now available to order. Individually printed, 80 pages 30x30cm, 68 high quality reproductions, signed by the artist. £75.
Rare vintage print of Des exhibited in Process, Cupola gallery 19 April – 24 May 2014.