It's like a blueprint! An alternative process of photography, cyanotype was invented by Sir John Hershel in 1842. Cyanotype is a beautiful photographic printing process that produces a Prussian blueprint with UV lighting. Today this striking artform is not only used to document nature but also to create unique images on paper, fabric or other found materials. In this workshop we will explore cyanotype with natural flowers on paper, and you will be able to take home your own beautiful artwork. All materials provided. Absolutely no experience is necessary!
Pre-registration is required. $45, $35 for garden members.