September 26, 2021
11:00am to 2:00pm
This workshop is appropriate for painters,
photographers and dry media artists.
The Cyanotype process, also known as ferroprussiate, or blueprint, was invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842, and is a contact print process. This process uses a chemical solution that is painted onto a surface (usually watercolor paper or silk cloth) and photographic negatives or everyday objects are placed directly onto the coated paper, or cloth, which is then exposed to ultraviolet light. Prints can also be toned with ordinary items, such as tea, and painted, colored, and/or embroidered.
All chemicals, brushes, and materials are provided.
Students may also submit two (2) photographs via email in advance that they wish to use during the workshop.
P.S. Enroll yourself and a friend at the same time and you can both enjoy 10% off the price of the workshop.