WORLD CYANOTYPE DAY @ OAK GALLERY
FREE PUBLIC EVENT
September 24th 10am-2pm
Once a year the magical photographic process of the Cyanotype gets global attention!
I'm very excited that we will be holding our first annual World Cyanotype Day at Oak Gallery and look forward to a wonderful turnout of friends old and new! This free event is sponsored by Oak Gallery and its featured photographers. Many of whom are wonderful creators of this unique sun print process that dates back to 1842 and is invented by Sir John Herschel. The first photographically illustrated book using the process was created by Anna Atkins.
Brandy Sebastian "Time Will Tell"Wet cyanotype process using sprayed house hold chemicals and dusted with kitchen spices left for hours of sun exposure. Anna Atkins "Ceylon"Dry cyanotype process using sun for exposure. Barbara Beck "Under The Sea"Wet Cyanotype Process
Join us on Saturday September 24th from 10am-2pm to make your free one of a kind cyanotype. (limited one 4x6 per visitor)
We will have stations set up for the days festivities.
Make your one of a kind Cyanotype, get a snack, check out the gallery and its fine art photographer's, listen to music by Richie Wetherington.