Caliā??s images are hand-colored black and white photographs, which she prints in a silver-process darkroom and then paints with oils. Her techniques in photographing and hand-coloring, when combined with her high-contrast printing style, produce images in union with the simple, conceptual vision that is the basis of her work. Between the process of printing the negative individually and then hand-coloring the photograph, each piece in an edition is unique. The signed and numbered images are produced in editions from five to two hundred and fifty.