Sunday 16th June 2019
12pm - 4pm
Tickets £45, all materials included.
Often described as one of the oldest forms of photography, cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print, often referred to as a 'blue-print'.
In this workshop (led by resident Granary artist Bex Willis) you will learn about the process of making a cyanotype 'blue-print', whilst developing your own original and unique prints using anything from everyday household items, to pressed flowers and leaves.
Each participant will make at least two prints on paper and one tote-bag to take home.
Basic materials will be provided, but participants are welcome to bring their own inspiration in the form of found items, plants, flowers etc. The possibilities are endless!
Please be aware that you will be taking home semi-wet prints and a wet tote bag. (Carrier bags will be provided)
Min age 16 or 11 if with parent or older sibling