Join in with this hands-on workshop with photographer Angela Heron.
Cyanotype printing is a light-sensitive printing process that was discovered in the 19th century and later used by architects, engineers and scientists to copy drawings. It is the original ‘blueprint’ process.
By coating a surface – such as paper, fabric or wood – with a mixture of iron salts and then exposing it to UV light, you can create beautiful blue images that are also called sun prints. The resulting blue colour can vary from a delicate Prussian blue to rich dark indigo, depending on the amount of UV light it is exposed to.
It is a simple, yet magical process, leaving people amazed and excited by their results.
All materials provided.
Great for children but everyone can have a go.
Two sessions available, select which time on the booking page.
Booking recommended as there are limited places available.