Gallery by process

Kerry Herschell

Kerry Herschell, a devoted photographer, recently fell in love with cyanotypes and explores them for unique storytelling. Inspired by global experiences, she aims to bridge cultures by capturing emotions in her work. From: Melbourne, Australia Shows: Cyanotypes Kerry Herschell is a devoted portrait photographer and videographer, a journey fuelled by an unwavering passion for capturing the essence of life through visual storytelling. Her adventure in the realm of visual arts … Read more

Timothy McCoy photo polymer gravure

Timothy McCoy

Timothy McCoy explores alternative photographic processes to evoke the timelessness of his images and their interpretative rather than documentary intent. He works in 3 different processes for 3 different reasons. From: Cumming, Georgia, USA Shows: Albumen, Polymer Photogravures, Palladium prints Timothy McCoy creates images to transform the “reality” seen through the camera lens into expressions of the oneness and wonder found in Buddhist/Taoist philosophy. His approach has been influenced by … Read more

Cyanotype by Karen Molloy

Karen Molloy

Karen Molloy’s work explores the textural substrate of her life in the urban environment using patterns, rhythms, and textures around her. She uses cyanotype on paper and fabric. From: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA Shows: Cyanotypes Karen Molloy is an artist living and working in Somerville, Massachusetts, USA. Her work explores the textural substrate of her life in the urban environment. Drawing from the patterns, rhythms, and textures around her, she uses … Read more

Cyanotype by Rita Mungiardi

Rita Mungiardi

Rita Mungiardi, an Italian artist, active in many cultural fields such as theatre and literature, also explores cyanotypes. From: Treviso, Italy Shows: Cyanotypes Rita Mungiardi, after taking her degree, worked at a Graphic Art School for many years. She loves travelling and meeting people all over the world and takes the opportunity whenever possible. Her curiosity led her to explore most kinds of art. First of all, theatre, followed by … Read more

Perdita Phillips cyanotype

Perdita Phillips

Perdita Phillips from Australia focuses on environmental issues and works with aspects such as sound and video in her installations. From: Walyalup/Fremantle, Australia. Shows: Cyanotypes. Dr Perdita Phillips is an artist living on Whadjuk Noongar Boodja focusing on environmental issues and social change since 1991. Often conceptually driven, she has an expansive practice working in installation, environmental projects, walking, sound, video, sculpture and publishing. She has been making cyanotypes and … Read more

Larz Grenier Cyanotype

Larz Grenier

Larz Grenier from Maine, USA, was inspired by his father to create a pinhole camera as a child and is now focusing on flora and fauna to create his cyanotypes. From: Nashua, New Hampshire, USA. Shows: Cyanotypes. Larz Grenier was born and raised in a small town in rural Maine and now resides in New Hampshire. From a young age, Larz’s fascination with drawing and painting became apparent, often encouraged … Read more

Daguerreotype by Devon John Chebra

Devon John Chebra

Devon John Chebra from Pennsylvania, USA uses alternative processes and recycled material to print anthotypes, chlorophyll prints and daguerreotypes. From: Yardley, Pennsylvania, USA Shows: Anthotypes, Chlorophyll prints and Daguerreotypes. Devon John Chebra is an artist, photographer, and lover of the natural world. Using alternative photographic processes and foraged and repurposed art materials, she strives to create reminders of the magic and wonderment hiding in the most mundane parts of our … Read more

Cyanotype by Pedro Leal

Pedro Leal

Pedro Leal born in the most western part of Europe, studied photography and drawing. his work is influenced by the sea, the sun and nature, exploring the limits of cyanotype. From: Lisbon, Portugal. Shows: Cyanotypes. Pedro Mendes Leal was born in Lisbon, Portugal, and raised by the sea, from early his natural way of expressing himself was “art”. Completed his studies in Image and Audio-visual Communication and later Drawing, Archeological … Read more

Cyanotype by Youssef Amghar

Youssef Amghar

Youssef Amghar, French lives in both France and in Morocco, prints in cyanotypes. He is both a photographer and a writer. From: Lives in the Paris Region of France and Moulay Bousselham in Morocco. Shows: Cyanotypes. After a stint at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris where Amghar Youssef began studying architecture, he studied photography at the Efet in Paris and literature in Paris XIII. He has practiced reportage … Read more

Wynn White Salt print with water from Tokyo Bay

Wynn White

Wynn White is an American photographer making his home in Chiba, Japan. He learned his craft through trial and error in the field and in the darkroom. Wynn practices various historic printing techniques including salt, cyanotype, kallitype, Vandyke and argyrotype. From: Payette, Idaho, USA, but lives Chiba, Chiba, Japan Shows: Argyrotypes, Cyanotypes, Kallitypes, Salt prints and Vandykes. Wynn White is an American photographer making his home in Chiba, Japan. He … Read more

Paul Ligas

Paul Ligas works with anthotypes, sometimes digitally altering them to reveal hidden details, or blending them with digital photographs or watercolour textures. This creates wider opportunities to explore the environmental values that drive him. From: Ledbury, United Kingdom. Shows: Anthotypes, and anthotypes digitally altered or combined with digital photographs and watercolour paintings. Paul Ligas is a self-taught photographer and photographic artist living in Ledbury, Herefordshire, born and raised in southern … Read more

Anne Guest

Anne Guest is a visual artist who makes cyanotypes that are inspired by the beauty, fragility and vulnerability of the natural world. From: Birmingham, UK. Shows: Cyanotypes. Anne Guest’s art is sometimes quirky, sometimes serious but always curious. She looks at the natural world with awe and wonders and with an awareness of the increasing fragility and vulnerability it faces because of today’s environmental challenges. Anne Guest has an MA … Read more

Lumen print by Bernd Hutschenreuther

Bernd Hutschenreuther

Bernd Hutschenreuther, born in East Germany have been using pinhole cameras, cyanotypes, developing with caffenol and most recently lumen prints. From: Saxony, Dresden, Germany. Shows: Lumen prints. I was born in 1954 in Steinach, Thuringian Forest, East Germany. I took my first photos in 1960 with a Pouva Start camera. Photography has always fascinated me, although I also made more amateur films for a while. In school, I joined a … Read more

Cyanotype by Hanne Lange Houlberg

Hanne Lange Houlberg

Hanne Lange Houlberg is from Denmark and works in a variety of processes such as cyanotype, lumen, chemigrams and polaroids. From: Holbaek, Denmark. Shows: Photograms, Chemigrams, Lumen print, Silver gelatin, Liquid emulsion, Cyanotype, Polaroid image transfers. Hanne Lange Houlberg is a Danish-based photographer. She was born in 1959 in Denmark and studied at Art Academy in Denmark from 1980-1984 and in Poland from 1988-19 89. She has been teaching art … Read more

Cyanotype by Lesley Duxbury

Lesley Duxbury

Lesley Duxbury from Australia photographs the landscape around her in cyanotype and sometimes tones her work using Eucalyptus. From: Briagolong, Victoria, Australia Shows: Cyanotypes, Polymer plate photogravures, Photograms. Lesley Duxbury is an Australian artist based in Gippsland. Her work includes printmaking and photography, especially polymer plate photogravure and cyanotypes. She has also dabbled in photograms. Her interests are in the atmospherics of landscapes and perceptions of place. She has undertaken … Read more

Renato Ferreira (Renato Ferrara) bromoil print

Renato Ferreira

Renato Ferreira (Renato Ferrara) is a Portuguese-American retired CPA, born in Coimbra, located in the central part of Portugal. From: Coimbra, Portugal. Shows: Bromoils, Cyanotypes, Silver gelatins, Oleobroms, and Vandykes. Renato Ferreira’s first experience with photography was around five or six years of age with his father’s camera and later tailing him into his darkroom where he learned the arts of the darkroom and the historic processes. His father, an … Read more

Cyanotype by Fidan Nazim

Fidan Nazim

Fidan Nazim, a librarian from Azerbaijan is now focusing on photography and works with alternative photographic processes from a home laboratory. From: Baku, Azerbaijan. Shows: Cyanotypes, Aged and bleached prints. Fidan Nazim qizi lives in Baku, Azerbaijan. She received her university education in librarianship and information. After working in a library for years, she worked in accounting, but in recent years has focused entirely on photography. By studying alternative processes, … Read more

Paula Smith photographer

Paula Smith

Paula Smith is a cyanotypist and mixed media artist, who aims to capture the beauty of nature in its finest detail. From: Forest of Dean, United Kingdom. Shows: Cyanotypes. Paula Smith is a nature inspired artist living in the Forest of Dean and, with its wealth of colour and natural beauty, it’s no wonder she works on a forever changing canvas, just like the seasons themselves. Her passion to explore … Read more

Wet Cyanotype by Sonja Schaeffeler

Sonja Schaeffeler

Sonja Schaeffeler is a photographer and graphic designer venturing into the cyanotype process, experimenting with dry and wet cyanotype and toning. She is particularly drawn to plants and blossoms. From: Egg, Zurich, Switzerland. Shows: Botanical cyanotypes As a photographer, Sonja Schaeffeler is interested in all forms of photography and loves working with light. Professionally she made the switch from analogue to digital photography at the time but continued experimenting with … Read more

Gunter Willhelm Gum bichromate

Günther Wilhelm

Günther Wilhelm has been working with historical photographic techniques for 20+ years. He shares his gum bichromates here but also works in a range of other processes such as cyanotype, salt, albumen and kallitype. From: Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany. Shows: Albumens, Cuprotypes and Gum bichromates. Günther Wilhelm, visual artist from Ludwigshafen on the Rhine, has been working with historical photographic techniques, the so-called “Edeldrucke”, which involve transferring a photography on … Read more