December 5 through March 3, 2001
Tuesday to Friday � noon to 6PM
Saturday�s � 2 to 6PM
Closed: Sunday and Monday
39 Madison St.
Huntington, NY 11743
For 30 years, David Ramage used his camera to capture the world around him. His photographs were
technically perfect, but they never satisfied his inner vision. Three years ago, he discovered the
techniques and tools to bring his long- frustrated visual aspirations to reality. With the precise yet subtle
tools of PhotoShop at his command, his dormant photographs found new vigor, infused with the vision
that he felt his earlier work lacked. The raw pictures collected by his cameras and then carefully crafted
into personal dreamscapes now resonate for him on a much deeper emotional level.
These images began as straight photographs that were altered using PhotoShop. Hours of fevered
experimentation and lucky accidents provided the images that you see here. Printed on the new Epson
2000P, the first inkjet printer to use pigments instead of dyes, these images are truly archival, torture
tested by independent laboratories to last 200 years under fluorescent lighting! Currently the best
photographic process is rated to last about 65 years and average �C� prints will deteriorate badly in 20-30
years. These results have been proved under torture testing by independent laboratories. For those
interested in collecting David Ramage�s work, printouts of these test results will be readily available.
David Ramage has had successful shows at IMAC with his �pre digital� imagery. He has also exhibited
at the Upstairs Gallery in Huntington and had a two-person show with his creative partner, Michael
Fairchild at C.W. Post. You can also see David�s work on-line at
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Inter-Media Art Center, Inc. is a non-profit Media and Performing Arts
Center whose programs and services are supported in part by public funds
from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency and the
Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs, as well as by the Members of
IMAC. IMAC also gratefully acknowledges support from Olivia and Harlan
Fischer, Branch Financial Services, Inc. and Fleet Bank.