Tue, 19 Feb | In Bristol Studio

Taster Session Cyanotype

We will be exposing beautiful plants and flowers onto fabric and paper creating a detailed silhouettes of these items using the process called cyanotype!
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Taster Session Cyanotype

Time & Location

19 Feb 2019, 13:00 – 16:00
In Bristol Studio, Great Western Lane, Bristol BS5 9BB, UK

About The Event

Cyanotype taster workshop.

We will be exposing beautiful plants and flowers onto fabric and paper creating a detailed silhouettes of these items using the process called cyanotype.

Your welcome to bring any flat/soft objects you’d like to expose such as negatives, lace feathers etc.

You will be creating a series of samples on paper and fabric. You can use your Fabiano paper samples to create Beautiful bespoke cards or frame them. Your fabric sample can be used for appliqué.

Cyanotype process dates back to 1842 and was a forerunner of the modern photographic process. It was invented by Sir John Hershel as a means of reproducing diagrams. This is where the terminology blueprint comes from and the colour is a beautiful indigo blue.

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