Cyanotype Workshop: with Peggy Reeves


Saturday and Sunday, July 9 and July 10 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
$152 non-members, $130 members with a $25 materials fee



Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces blue prints using coated paper and light. Discovered by scientist/astronomer Sir John Herschel in 1842, this unique process remains contemporary in its interest and applications. The classic Prussian Blue process is a great place for both beginners and accomplished artists alike to explore this medium. Cyanotypes are economical, permanent, and result in few pitfalls. In this workshop, participants will use local flora to create their original pieces as a complete image or as the base for painting, drawing or collage. Both dry cyanotype and wet cyanotype will be explored as each technique offers unique results.