Van Dyke Brown Workshop

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Van Dyke Brown Workshop
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Sponsored by Hahnemuhle paper. The emphasis of this class will be on creating photographic images using the Van Dyke Brown process of coating various paper surfaces with light sensitive chemicals and using the sun for exposure.

The Van Dyke Brown process, invented in 1889, yields a tonal, rich brown print when contact printed using a UV light source.
For the first half of the workshop, we will focus on coating watercolor papers for printing. Exposure, processing and manipulation of prints will be taught as well.

Students should bring large format negatives, acetate digital negatives, or objects for contact printing. Any thick watercolor paper that students wish to experiment with (in addition to paper provided by the Print Room) should be brought in. Staples or Office Max can print your photos on transparencies for you too.

Class cost is $100 for members and $110 for non-members. Most materials are provided in with class cost, while extra paper can be paid for at the class. This is an all ages event!

This workshop is taught by Nikki Follen who is also a Instructor at Baldwin Wallace University.

Please contact to preregister for this workshop or by calling: (216) 802-9441
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By: Cleveland Print Room