Making sun prints, also called cyanotypes, on paper or fabric, is FUN. Pure and simple. It's fun. And let's face it, life is better with fun!
Creating cyanotypes is a great way to preserve impressions of medicinals, places we've visited and images of friends we've known.
The basic processes are relatively simple and safe for people of all ages ... OK, young people will benefit from an experienced hand and some guidance ... but truthfully, not too much!
Join me for this workshop - we'll talk a little about the history of cyanotypes, the process itself and explore a few prints. All participants will also be given a supply sheet so that they too can begin to explore this age old process.
This workshop is being held online Sundays, July 26th & September 20th 3-4PM EST Saturday, October 17th, 11-12PM EST
To save a place for yourself, simply complete the form below, PMM or email me& I'll be in touch..
Payment ($25) is accepted in advance (PayPal, Venmo, credit card). Upon registration, you will receive a welcome letter, and a link to join this online class.
Please note: My classes during these Covid times are online. I look forward to greeting you soon, online,“eyeball to eyeball".
For more information, or to schedule an online herbal consultation, please email me or contact me on Facebook. I am continuing to teach and practice at a distance.
Pictured above: Gull, Niagara Falls, on 140lb Canson paper