20 July 2019, 11:00 - 16:00
£50 per personBook Now
Cyanotypes are cyan-blue prints produced using a photographic printing process. On this one day workshop you will explore the cyanotype process to produce your own set of beautiful and intriguing blue prints using a variety of found objects. You will learn how the cyanotype chemicals work and will learn how to use a variety of toning and reducing effects to alter the results. Expect to come away from the workshop with at least 10 different unique cyanotype prints onto A4 paper.
Who is the course for?
This workshop is suitable for complete beginners and anyone interested in simple photographic printing techniques. Those with previous experience of printmaking may wish to use the day to explore a new technique and gain tutor advice and guidance.
Do I need to bring anything?
All materials and equipment will be provided. If you have any thin objects such as lace, threads, beads, leaves, buttons etc then feel free to bring them along to experiment with. Refreshments will be provided but you may wish to bring some lunch along with you.
How do I ask a question?
Please get in touch via the contact page
Joanna Wilkinson is a practising printmaker, illustrator and bookbinder. She uses printing, collage, analogue/slow photography, memories, ephemera and graphic narrative to create books and images. Joanna is currently studying for a MA Creative Practice at Leeds Arts University. She has experience in teaching a wide variety of different groups of people including children and adults. See examples of her work at www.jowilkinson.co.uk, Instagram: joannawilko and Facebook: Jo wilkinson.