Oct. 27 6 p.m. in residence 12+
Cyanotype is a photographic process that produces an image with a blue hue. A special composition is applied to the paper, then blanks that do not let light in or only partially let light in are put on. Then the paper is UV-lighted: the places that are not covered become blue, those that are covered remain white.
At the lesson you will try this technique and create your own print based on the composition of flowers, leaves, twigs, lace, as well as pictures drawn on the transparent film, cut out of paper silhouettes or patterns.
Free of charge. All materials and equipment is provided.
Admission by registration.