Slide Show: Victoria Blewer’s Hand-Colored Photographs

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Victoria Blewer left New York City in 1986 to devote herself full time to fine art photography in the quiet hills of Vermont. Her photographs are shot with black and white film — many with infrared black and white
film, printed on a porous photographic paper, and then toned for color and longevity. Her technique nicely compliments her imagery of Vermont and New England.

Snowy Barns, Bristol, Vermont.

Snowy Barns, Bristol, Vermont.

Blewer, Victoria

Snowy Starksboro, Vermont.

Snowy Starksboro, Vermont.

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Town Green, Bristol, Vermont.

Town Green, Bristol, Vermont.

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Barn Cat and Cows, Rutland County, Vermont.

Barn Cat and Cows, Rutland County, Vermont.

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Barn Detail, Addison County Barn, Vermont.

Photo/Art by Victoria Blewer
Barns and sheds, Lincoln, Vermont.

Barns and sheds, Lincoln, Vermont.

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Vintage Truck, Alburg, Vermont.

Vintage Truck, Alburg, Vermont.

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The Homestead, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire.

The Homestead, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire.

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Barn with Wooden Silo, Woodstock, Vermont.

Barn with Wooden Silo, Woodstock, Vermont.

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Route 7 Gorilla, Brandon, Vermont.

Route 7 Gorilla, Brandon, Vermont.

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Barn with Shadow, Bristol, Vermont.

Barn with Shadow, Bristol, Vermont.

Blewer, Victoria

Vermont Barn, Richmond, Vermont.

Photo/Art by Victoria Blewer

Blewer’s photographs have been featured in the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine,
Readers’ Digest, Vermont Life, Vermont Magazine and Yankee Magazine. Her work can also be seen on book covers published by Random House, Simon & Schuster and the University Press of New England. Her work has won numerous awards. Ms. Blewer’s work has been displayed throughout New England and can be found in galleries throughout Vermont and in Wellfleet, Mssachusetts, and at her website: www.victoriablewer.com.

She lives with her husband, best selling novelist Chris Bohjalian and their daughter in Lincoln, Vermont.

Comments
  • Lynne T.

    All the pictures I have just viewed have made dreams come true. New England IS the most beautiful place on this earth. Wish I could visit but your pictures have sure been great.

    Lynne Tweedell
    Hideaway, Texas

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