This workshop will explore the history of cyanotypes (a camera-less photography process) as well as offer lots of time for hands-on exploration of this media. Pre-treated fabric will be used to create single and dual sided imagery, using a variety of materials for inspiration including leaves, flowers, stencils and more.
Feel free to bring your own inspirational items from home to use (lace doily, pressed flowers, or other FLAT or translucent materials).
Limited space available - registration opens 2 weeks before this event, on July 22. Will take place in the Pinney Studio and outdoor Patio.
This workshop is geared towards older teens, adults, and seniors.
Angela Johnson is an artist and educator with a creative spirit. Her teaching career started as a 5th grade Language Arts teacher. No matter the classroom, her teaching philosophy remains the same – give students the tools to grow from learner to leader in both art and life. When not making work, teaching, or working with individuals, groups, and organizations as a creative coach, Angela can be found meditating, kayaking, or scuba diving. She earned her Masters in Art Education and MFA from UW-Madison.