Award-winning photographer, Jeannette Palsa has been producing outstanding photographic portraits for the past 15 years. She has achieved impressive results using techniques first developed by the old masters of photography in the late 19th and 20th centuries. Her delicate pictorial style creates a mood and ambiance that has earned her a reputation for beautiful prints that seem to transcend time.
Ms. Palsa is also gaining a reputation for her work in antique processes including platinum/palladium, albumen and most recently ambrotypes using the wet-collodion process. Her studio, located in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, has been specially arranged to maximize the use of natural light in the tradition of the old masters “glass rooms.”
Her work has been selected for exhibition in international, regional and local juried exhibitions. Her work resides nationally in private collections and in the archives of Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio; The Sailors and Soldiers Monument Museum, Cleveland, Ohio and the Kinsey Institute, Bloomington, Indiana.