Cyanotype process allows one to create beautiful floral Prussian blue prints - join in and learn about its history and chemistry.
This two and half hour hands-on workshop will introduce you to the basics of the cyanotype printmaking process discovered in 1842 using watercolour paper, cyanotype paint and UV light to create your very own botanical images.
Come with your friends or kids to experience a fun and creative day!
What you'll get: Everything you need to create some lovely botanical prints to keep, hang on your wall or gift to a friend! This short workshop will equip you…
All materials will be provided but you are welcome to bring your own botanicals. These could be leaves or flowers you've picked up on your way to the workshop or flat objects such as pieces of lace or feathers.
Polish photographer currently based in London utilizing historical photographic technique of wet plate collodion. Her works has been subject of several solo and group exhibition around the world. As an educator, leading alternative and historical photographic techniques workshops. Collaborated with various acclaimed art institutions and galleries, such as British Museum, University of Arts London and more.
The idea of alternative workshops is to bring to the wider public -adults, children, seniors- range of workshops which aim to raise awareness about very beginnings of photography and encourage experimenting with them in most creative way. Whether experienced or not, workshops are tailored…