Sandra C. Davis

NEW IN 2017

I now have a portfolio account on
I am honored to be a part of this incredible site and in the company of so many talented artists who have chosen photography for expression!

I now have an etsy store where I am selling my books, small prints, and creepy cards.

Representation online
I have several artist books represented by Vamp + Tramp Booksellers


The Lightroom’s 7th Annual Photography Exhibition
August 2 - August 27
3rd Street Gallery
45 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
 (215) 625-0993
Opening Reception: Friday, August 4, 5 – 9 pm
Artists' Reception: Sunday, August 6, 2 – 5 pm
Closing Reception: Sunday, August 27, 2 – 5 pm
Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 12-5 pm


Experimental Digital Photography + Transfer Techniques
Includes printing and transferring onto alternative surfaces
Including DASS Transfers and Encaustic techniques
5-Day Workshop - July 14 -18, 2017
Peters Valley Craft Center
19 Kuhn Road, Layton, NJ 07851
Tel: 973-948-5200

RECENT EVENTS - 2015 - 2016

My Work Featured in a Recent Book!
Gum Printing: A Step-by-Step Manual, Highlighting Artists and Their Creative Practice
by Christina Z Anderson
Available on September 2nd.

The Kimmel Center
As part of the University of the Arts 140th Anniversary,
my 5-foot hegh deconstructed Venus was on view for several months.
The Kimmel Center
300 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

My Work Featured in a Book!
The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes 3rd Edition:
by Christopher James. This is the most comprehensive book published on Alternative Photogrpahic Processes available with detailed history of the processes and featuring many comtemporary artists working in the mediums.I have several pages in the book that describe how I print gum bichromate on sandblasted glass.

The Center for Emerging Visual Artists Alumni Exhibition: 5 Photographers
March 9, to April 1, 2016
The Marlin Art Gallery
Located in Lincoln Hall
Blackwood Campus of Camden County College
College Drive, Blackwood, NJ 08012-0200
(856) 227-7200
Other artists: Johanna Inman, Michael Mergen, Jay Pastelak, and Keith Sharp.

The Goddess Explored
April 3 – April 22, 2015
Artist Reception: Friday, April 3, 4 pm - 7 pm
Through still life and landscape photographs printed in gum bichromate and van dyke brown, Davis presents several bodies of work that explore the many depictions of Goddess: as glorified and vilified.
The University of the Arts
Printmaking Gallery, 6th Floor
333 South Broad Street, Philadelphia PA 19107

Lecture: My Studio Practice: Handmade Prints
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
Saturday, March 31, 4:30 pm - 6 pm
1400 N. American Street, Suite 103 Philadelphia, PA 19122

My Work Featured in a Book!
GUM PRINTING & Other Amazing Contact Printing Processes:
by Christina Z. Anderson, author of The Experimental  Photography
The book is over 300 pages and filled with full color illustrations and informational charts! It also covers casein, cyanotype, argyrotype, kallitype, van dyke brown, platinum/palladium, ziatype, and salted paper along with history of the processes. She has included four of my gum bichromate prints with text about how I work as well as text and images from many contemporary artists working in these processes. It is available through:
Christina’s website:


There are more places on the web to see my work!
See my images at inLiquid, a dynamic non-profit organization nurturing the creative community.
I have a gallery page there.
V isit:
It is a wonderful resource for alternative photographic processes. There are great discussions, instructions and photographs by photographers from around the world to browse.
I have a gallery page.
I now have an etsy store where I am selling my books, small prints, and creepy cards.

Some prints and books that are featured in my etsy store are alsofor sale in several shops in Philadelphia and New Jersey

The Print Center, in Philadelphia:

Moore College of Art: Art Shop, in Philadelphia:

The Burlington Antiques and Art Emporiumin Burlington, NJ:

Peters Valley Store and Galleryin Layton, NJ:

My Work Featured in a Book:
52 Great Images Who Made Them, What Makes Them Special and Why

by George Barr, author of Take Your Photography to the Next Level: From Inspiration to Image and From Camera to Computer: How to Make Fine Photographs Through Examples, Tips, and Techniques.
Mr. Barr wrote about my image: Moore Hall Interior #1. Included in the book is a reproduction of the piece, my notes on the image and a biography. Other artists featured include: Dan Burkholder, Tillman Crane, Michael Kenna, Elizabeth Opalenik, John Sexton, Huntington Witherill and 45 others!
It is available at


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