One of the first photographic processes, the cyanotype does not use a camera, but rather paper is coated with light sensitive solution and objects or negatives are placed upon the paper which is then exposed to daylight or UV light to make a print. The variations are endless and each cyanotype is unique.

Migration – 5 individual Cyanotypes on BFK Rives 14″ x 24″ Framed

Reaching – Cyanotype on cotton fabric

Seeing – Toned Cyanotype on Japanese Unryu Paper 12″ x 12″ Framed

Lily of the Valley – Unique Cyanotype on unknown Japanese paper 11″ x 14″ Framed