Cyanotype Printing with Anne Parouty

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Cyanotype Printing with Anne Parouty

The cyanotype process of printing was first discovered by Sir John Herschel, a scientist and astronomer in 1842. Using iron salts which have light sensitive properties, blue and white images can easily be created when exposed to sunlight. Artist is Residence, Anne Parouty will be adopting this technique, often used to reproduce technical drawings (hence the name blueprints), for this one day workshop. After perfecting the process, attendees will have access to the open studio where they can continue to develop their work. Spaces are limited and should be booked in advance on: 0121 414 3003


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