Carmen Ayala discovered a world of creative possibilities in photography when she learned the cyanotype process in 2015. She has now expanded her work to other photographic processes and also works in liquid emulsion.
From: In Almería, Spain.
Shows: Cyanotypes and Liquid emulsions.
Carmen Ayala took up digital photography in 2011, thus returning to a hobby practiced for a few years in the analog era. Part of her learning is self-taught although she has also attended some courses.
Between 2015 and 2017 she has carried out a photography project of Nature Reserve Cabo de Gata-Níjar, in the province of Almería, Spain. She has wanted to capture its beauty, light and uniqueness through images where simplicity predominates. Her work has been exhibited in several art spaces in the area. She also prints photograms using this process and liquid emulsion sepia tones. Currently, she intends to organize cyanotype workshops in order to spread the process and share her knowledge.
“Nature is the place where I feel more comfortable and find the elements that I need to express myself with this process.”
Contact Carmen Ayala
- Email: photocarmenayala (at) gmail.com