Printmaking - Made by Hand - Kyoto Hanga Exhibition Workshop
Use the simple process of cyanotype printing (also known as shadow graphs or blue prints) to create yourself some beautiful cyan blue prints. This forgotten photographic printing process from the 19th century was invented by Sir John Herschel (1792-1871) in 1842. Cyanotypes can be used to create fine art prints, books, hand-made cards and wall hangings.
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|Location||Date and Time||Cost||Registration|
|Caloundra Regional Gallery
||Monday 28 October, 9.00am-3.30pm||$80||Register [sold out]|
Complimentary tea/coffee provided. BYO lunch.
Registration essential. All materials will be provided.
Raimond is a practising Photo-Media artist specialising in digital technologies and 19th century photographic practises. His art work can be found in institutional and private collections in Australia, Europe and the US. He has taught photography for over 15 years at Charles Sturt University in Albury and at Southern Cross University in Lismore.
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