Botanical Blueprints: Intro to Cyanotype, 7/14

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Botanical Blueprints: Intro to Cyanotype, 7/14

110.00

with Linda Clark Johnson

Saturday July 14th, 11-3

Limit 12 students

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You don't need to be an artist to enjoy making beautiful blue cyanotypes! In this introductory class you’ll learn all the basics of this fun and easy alternative photographic technique. Using light sensitive chemicals you’ll expose prints of plants in the sun and process them in water. By the time you leave you’ll have 4 gorgeous 8 x 10 blueprints and the know-how to create more at home.

Lots of beautiful plants are budding and blooming during each season of the year. Let's celebrate the natural world by making botanical blueprints together!

This class is 4 hours and the fee includes all materials. Students should bring foliage and flowers to print with and a lunch.

Northern California artist Linda Clark Johnson is known for her one-of-a-kind cyanotype works. Her innovative twists on this historical photographic process challenge the traditions of the blueprint medium. Foraged plant materials are exposed in the sun and manipulated in the studio, creating works in her signature style that are atmospheric, layered and intriguing. 

Linda holds a BA in Art, a California Teaching Credential, and a MA in the Arts in Education. She exhibits her work at shows and events in Northern California and has taught art classes to students of all ages in the US and abroad.

Find out more about her work and view her portfolio at www.lindaclarkjohnson.com. Find out what she's up to on Instagram!