I have been working with the cyanotype process for over five years and find the process fascinating. Every blue print image is unique, each time I am working in the studio or outside I never know what will happen. It is always so exciting to see the final print emerge.
Cyanotype is an ultraviolet light (UVL) sensitive contact printing process that requires, as do most of the non-silver processes, a negative the same size as the final print. It is also known as a blueprint, with a distinct rich Prussian blue colour. Also known as sunprinting.
The courses I run guide you through each step of how to produce these unique prints, at the end of the session you will leave with unique beautiful prints. I work at Kew Art Studio, and have taught at The Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington, and Kingston Museum.