Saturday, July 16, 2022
Fee: $45 member/$60 non-member
A technique from early days of photography, cyanotype uses the sun to develop a natural emulsion into a vivid blue image that can be further toned and manipulated. Join artist-in-residence Liz Donadio to learn about native plant species and to make your own cyanotype prints from collected specimens. Participants will use botanical specimens to make unique images that represent the diversity of plant life found at the Arboretum.
Liz Donadio is a Baltimore-based photographer who has been working to create a visual study of the Arboretum's ecology and landscape, both over time and throughout the changing seasons. Using alternative and camera-less photographic processes in combination with digital techniques, she creates multifaceted images that are unpredictable and mysterious, much like the natural world itself.
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