WAD Colour: Pink

Sour cherry (Prunus cerasus) anthotype by CB Campbell

Sour cherry (Prunus cerasus) anthotype by CB Campbell

“Cherries from Cherries” by CB Campbell
Country: Thunder Bay, Canada
Parts used: Fruit, pitted
Amount: Juice from 5-7 cherries per print
Extracted by: Mortar
Thinner: Thinned and stabilized with a few drops of lime juice and rubbing alcohol
Application: Brush

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Hibiscus (Hibiscus Sabdariffa) anthotype by Ronald D. Butler

Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) anthotype by Ronald D. Butler

“Trinity” by Ronald D. Butler
Country: New York City, NY, USA
Parts used: Dried flowers
Amount: Large handful placed in a mason Jar
Extracted by: Soaking while stored in a refrigerator for 48 hours, occasionally shaking the mixture
Thinner: 10 oz of Everclear 190 proof grain alcohol
Application: Brushing

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Rose, red (Rosa rubiginosa.) anthotype by Dianne Bos

Rose, red (Rosa rubiginosa.) anthotype by Dianne Bos

“Touching Planet Rose” by Dianne Bos
Country: Calgary, Alberta, Canada, but print exposed in France
Parts used: Petals
Amount: 5 full fresh flower heads
Extracted by: Soaked in rum and then squished with a wooden spoon
Thinner: Alcohol (cheap Barbados rum)
Application: Brushing

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Wineberry (Rubus phoenicolasius) anthotype by Devon John Chebra

Wineberry (Rubus phoenicolasius) anthotype by Devon John Chebra

“Butterfly and Man No 3” by Devon John Chebra
Country: Yardley, Pennsylvania, USA
Parts used: Berries
Amount: Handful of berries to prep emulsion and a dropper-full per sheet of 5×7 inch paper
Extracted by: Cooking – gently simmered to release pigment and again after filtering to concentrate pigment in solution
Thinner: Filtered water
Application: Brushing

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