Sunday 9th October from 11.15am – 4.15pm
Price : £45 (£39 BDC Friends & concs.)
(all materials and light refreshments included)
Cyanotypes is an alternative photographic process invented by John Herschel in 1842, paper coated with light sensitive solution changes to a rich indigo blue under ultra-violet light.
Objects placed on the paper leave behind a precise photographic image.
Sian focuses on this Cyanotype process in her professional work still exploring its potential through layering, text, photography, fabric and bookmaking.
You will experiment with a range of materials, including using acetates, and stencils to create a series of pieces. By the end of the session you will have several A6 and A5 Cyanotypes on watercolour paper to take home.
Places are limited so book now to reserve your place by email crafts@