cyanotypes 2017-18

MigrationInterrupted-III
MigrationInterrupted-III

30 x 48, 2018 cyanotype on paper

MigrationInterrupted-IV
MigrationInterrupted-IV

30 x 48, 2018 cyanotype on paper

MigrationInterrupted-II
MigrationInterrupted-II

30 x 48, 2018 cyanotype on paper

MigrationInterrupted-I
MigrationInterrupted-I

30 x 48, 2018 cyanotype on paper

9/9/17 10:30AM
9/9/17 10:30AM

cyanotype on paper 55x65

9/11/17 9:30AM
9/11/17 9:30AM

cyanotype on paper 55x65

9/12/17 9AM
9/12/17 9AM

cyanotype on paper 55x65

Buckminster's Dream
Buckminster's Dream

cyanotype on paper 48x96

7/5/17 9AM
7/5/17 9AM

cyanotype on paper 55x65

The cyanotype is a photographic process developed in the mid-19th century by Sir John Herschel.  Its brilliant blue coloration is a product of a reaction between potassium ferricyanide, ferric ammonium citrate, and UV light.  Now, after learning the process, I am now beginning to develop different applications for the medium.