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Blackberry (Rubus) + Red Currant (Ribes Rubrum) anthotype by Milena Michalski

“Hope – our consolation on the journey (St. Augustine’s Tower)” by Milena MichalskiParts used: Fruits
Country: UK
Application: Brushing
Exposure time: 2 weeks and 2 days (16 days)
Months, season and year: Summer 2022
Substrate: Fabriano Accademia watercolour paper, 240 gsm
Contrast of final print: ** (Medium)

Blackberry (Rubus) + Red Currant (Ribes Rubrum) anthotype by Milena MichalskiBlackberry (Rubus) + Red Currant (Ribes Rubrum) for anthotypesAmount: A handful for each print
Extracted using: Centrifuge (electric blender)
Thinner: Vodka
Layers: 2
Used to create image: Positive on acetate

Challenges or observations: Could have been exposed for shorter as slightly over-exposed; strained through muslin once but could have been done twice to avoid speckles.

Instagram: @milenamichalski5
Web: http://www.milenamichalski.com

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