Handcolored Home About the Artist In the Studio Designing Italy

Handcoloring of black and white photographs is a process that dates back to the invention of photography in 1839. It is an art that allows the artist both freedom of expression through the use of color or absence of color, and a hands-on awareness of being involved with the image creating a connection of time and place. To learn more about the process Ginger uses to handcolor her originals, you are invited In the Studio.

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"Street Scene in Cinque Terre, Italy"
Photo by: Ginger Pozzini


"Al Fresco in Sicily"
Photo by: Ginger Pozzini

"Medieval Town of Certaldo Alto, Italy"
Photo by: Ginger Pozzini


"An Umbrian View"
Photo by: Ginger Pozzini

"Restoration in Umbria, Italy"
Photo by: Ginger Pozzini

San Gimignano Terrace Garden"

Photo by: Dawn Erickson

"Romantic Entrance in Umbria"
Photo by: Ginger Pozzini

"Courtyard in Bevagna, Italy"
Photo by: Ginger Pozzini

"Hydrangea in Montefalco, Italy"
Photo by: Ginger Pozzini

"Gardens at Torre di Bellosguardo"
Photo by: Ginger Pozzini

"Alfresco in Tuscany, Italy"
Photo by: Robin Lynch

"Prominent in Pisa "
Photo by: Robin Lynch
 

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Designing Italy
Ginger Pozzini, Italian Travel Specialist

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