Introduction to Cyanotypes

Learn about the cyanotype process and how to integrate this alternative photography process into a variety of media. The cyanotype process uses UV light and non-toxic materials to print photographic images on a variety of surfaces. We will learn how to coat and print cyanotypes on paper first. Then we'll discuss conceptualizing and creating imagery for your pieces. You'll be encouraged to explore techniques like printing cyanotypes on other materials like wood or fabric and toning your cyanotypes to produce color variations.

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Jud Judson

Jud Judson is a multi-medium artist based in Richmond, VA. With a focus in Darkroom practices, they like to explore other mediums through their photography. As a self-taught artist, they have formed a passion, for ceramics, screen-printing, letterpress, and mixed media printing processes.

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Introduction to Cyanotypes

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Class Details
November 2 - November 31 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Days: Sun Sat
Tuition: $95.00
Member Tuition: $85.50
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Jud Judson
Level: All Levels