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2018 SPE Annual Conference: UNCERTAIN TIMES: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood

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Christa Bowden

Christa
Bowden

SPE Member since 2003
Member Chapter: Southeast

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Nest II
pigment prints & encaustic on wood panels

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Antheraea polyphemus (polyphemus moth), 19th century
Ambrotype

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Nest I
pigment prints & encaustic on wood panels

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Antheraea polyphemus (polyphemus moth), 21st century
Pigmented Ink Print from Scan

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Nest IV
pigment prints & encaustic on wood panels

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Odonata epiprocta (dragonfly), 19th century
Ambrotype

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Nest VI
pigment prints & encaustic on wood panels

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Odonata epiprocta (dragonfly), 21st century
Pigmented Ink Print

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Nest V
pigment prints & encaustic on wood panels

Christa Bowden

SPE member since 2003
Actias luna (luna moth), 19th century
Ambrotype

about

Christa Kreeger Bowden was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She earned her MFA in photography from the University of Georgia and a BA in photography and film communication from Tulane University. She is an Associate Professor of Art at Washington & Lee University, where she started the program in photography in 2006. Her work explores the use of a flatbed scanner as a camera, as well as alternative processes and the combination of encaustics and photography. She was the recipient of a 2009-2010 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship, and was a 2005 nominee for the Santa Fe Prize for Photography. She lives in Lexington, Virginia with her husband Nathan and their sons Zachary and Asher.

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