I initially ventured into making art with Polaroid materials in the 80's with my Zone VI 4x5 view camera and a Polaroid back. Later with an Ebony 4x5 and the same back, I began to produce Polaroid Type 59 Image transfers on watercolor paper. In the late 90's, I discovered the unique world of the Polaroid SX-70 SLR camera, but In 2008, Polaroid discontinued making film, which put an end to my instant photo work until this year, when I discovered that The Impossible Project Company was producing film for Polaroid cameras in an old Polaroid Factory in the Netherlands. Have since purchased another SX-70 and am happily working again with this unique camera and new film. The SX-70 Polaroid Emulsion Lift process is used to make my diptych and triptych work in this format. It involves cutting and separating the print from the backing, then soaking the print in hot water to remove the clear mylar cover. The remaining emulsion is very fragile and is put on wet hot press watercolor paper, using fine paintbrushes with very soft bristles-a process akin to trying to capture an undulating jellyfish that is not particularly cooperative.