Mar 28 2020
**POSTPONED** Cyanotype Prints and Seaweed

**POSTPONED** Cyanotype Prints and Seaweed

Presented by The Image Flow at The Image Flow (Miller Ave, Mill Valley)

**POSTPONED** – new dates TBD

Josie Iselin has been offering workshops in cyanotype printing with seaweed specimens for over three years.

This educational, and playful class on creating cyanotype prints with seaweed offers a fun, easy and rewarding experience in printmaking using the cyanotype process.

The cyanotype process, also known as the blueprint process because of its deep blue color, was first introduced in the early 1800s. Anna Atkins was one of the first people to put the cyanotype process to use and in the mid-1800s became the first person to produce and photographically illustrate a book using cyanotype printing.

Josie will describe the work of Anna Atkin’s first photographically illustrated book, British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions, as well as her own work using the scanner and algae, as an introduction to the 3-hour class. Participants will also learn a bit about the seaweeds themselves and a bit of the history of their ecology.

For artists and scientists, this cyanotype class is rewarding. Experimentation is encouraged, no mistakes are possible in cyanotype art!

Admission Info

**POSTPONED** – new dates TBD

$105 – Registration required

Phone: 415-388-3569


Additional time info:

**POSTPONED** – new dates TBD

Dates & Times

2020/03/28 - 2020/03/28

Location Info

The Image Flow (Miller Ave, Mill Valley)

401 Miller Ave, A, Mill Valley, CA 94941

Parking Info

Street Parking & parking lot in back of venue