Cyanotype photographers

Cyanotype by Megan Bonanto

Megan Bonanto

Megan Bonanto has many irons in the fire, one of them being cyanotypes. Her patterns come from experiments with glass and a kaleidoscope lens. From: Georgia, USA. Shows: Cyanotypes. Influenced by natural elements. Megan Bonanto’s background includes an undergraduate degree in Environmental Education, a Master’s in Library Science, weaver, quilter, yogi, foodie, gardener, pixel spinning, cyclist, reader, home-school moma, hiker, … Read more

Robin North Cyanotype

Robin North

Robin North works in alternative photographic processes and a range of expressions such as experimental narratives and portraits. From: Richmond, Texas, and San Diego, California, USA Shows: Cyanotypes, Platinum/Palladiums and Salt prints. Robin North is an interdisciplinary/visual artist based in Richmond, Texas, and San Diego, California. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Houston with … Read more

Cyanotype by Marion Sidebottom

Marion Sidebottom

Marion Sidebottom describes herself as a nature-based artist and photographer who is particularly drawn to botanical subjects and working with botanical materials. From: Burnham-on-Crouch in Essex, UK. Shows: Cyanotypes. Marion Sidebottom has been experimenting with using plants in her work since researching for her MA in Art and Design in 2014. For a few years her main focus was photographing … Read more

Chlorophyll print by Émilie Léger

Émilie Léger

Canadian Émilie Léger is an award-winning illustrator and visual artist working in chlorophyll prints and cyanotypes. From: Pincourt, Québec, Canada. Shows: Chlorophyll prints and cyanotypes. Émilie Léger was born in 1987 in Vaudreuil, in the suburbs of Montréal (Québec, Canada). She is a professional artist, illustrator and a cultural worker. During her years in the digital art field, she became … Read more

Vandyke by Michele Pero

Michele Pero

Michele Pero is an Italian photographer with many irons in the fire. He runs a blog, is a founder of a photography school and works in a variety of processes. From: Città di Castello (PG), Italy Shows: Ambrotypes, Cyanotypes and Vandykes. Michele Pero, who this guy may be? Former war and commercial photographer. On the field since 1992 as a … Read more

Argyrotype by Simon Ashmore

Simon Ashmore

Simon Ashmore is an artist from Kent in Southeast England who combines a range of photographic techniques and processes, often including alternative printing processes, to create expressive and sometimes abstract images. From: Kent, England. Shows: Argyrotypes, Cyanotypes and Salt prints. Time, memory, mortality and hope are reoccurring themes in Simon Ashmore’s work. “Alternative printing techniques are both a joy and … Read more

Bradleigh Stockwell

Bradleigh Stockwell, a long-time artist from Alaska, shows his cyanotypes of nature. He now lives in Vermont. From: Alaska. Lives in Vermont, USA Shows: Cyanotypes. Bradleigh Stockwell has been a painter and illustrator since childhood. Raised in Minnesota and Alaska, his interest in photography was prompted by two fairly recent events: the purchase of a century-old Kodak bellows camera for … Read more

Ralph Rinke Platinum palladium

Ralph Rinke

Ralph Rinke is a Fine Art Photographer living in North Vancouver on the West coast of Canada. He shares his Cyanotypes and Platinum Palladiums. From: North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Shows: Cyanotypes and Platinum palladium. With camera in hand for over fifty years, Ralph Rinke has for decades, created photographs for individuals and corporations alike. Currently, he is exploring the … Read more

Cyanotype by Katarzyna Kalua Kryńska

Katarzyna Kalua Kryńska

Katarzyna Kalua Kryńska from Warsaw, Poland works in several alt. photo. proc. and shares her dreamlike emotive cyanotype art. From: Warsaw, Poland. Shows: Cyanotypes. Katarzyna Kalua Kryńska specializes in emotional photography, portraits, and fine art photography, using traditional and alternative photography. As an enthusiast of analog photography, she works with photosensitive materials. She experiments with a variety of 19th century … Read more