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Cyanotype by Hiske Dooper

Hiske Dooper

Hiske Dooper, a modern dance teacher and PSYCH-K® Facilitator in Arnhem, discovered cyanotype photography during the 2020 lockdown. She enjoys the balance of control and unpredictability in her art, embracing imperfections in her creative process. From: Arnhem, The Netherlands Shows: Cyanotypes It started with a beer on the balcony. Boyfriend Peter noticed that a fuchsia looked pretty much like a fairy and the other image thinker Hiske immediately thought that … Read more

Platinum print by Jurgen Estanislao

Jurgen Estanislao

Jurgen Estanislao, an ultra-large format photographer, specialises in fine art platinum prints. With a background in product design and visual ergonomics, his introspective style captures fleeting moments, inviting reflection and emotional engagement. He prioritises clarity in messaging, believing creativity enhances its impact. From: Manila, Philippines Shows: Platinum prints Jurgen Estanislao is an ultra-large format photographer focused on perpetually mastering his practice in making fine art platinum prints. With a robust … Read more

Salt print by Paige Billin-Frye

Paige Billin-Frye

Paige Billin-Frye, an artist and photographer based in Washington, DC, delves into 19th-century photo processes like cyanotypes and salt prints, often toning them with plants from her yard. She intertwines her interests in illustration, hand-bookbinding, and urban landscapes into her work. From: Washington, DC, USA Shows: Cyanotypes and Salt prints Paige Billin-Frye is an artist, photographer, illustrator and hand-bookbinder living in Washington, DC. She began printing photos when she was … Read more

Lumen print by Stig Marlon Weston

Stig Marlon Weston

Stig Marlon Weston, a photographer from Oslo, Norway, has over 25 years of experience in analog photography, emphasizing alternative processes to explore the connection between subject and image. His work, showcased internationally, focuses on landscape photography and experimental techniques. Weston also manages CYAN studio and initiated the Nordic Analog Network. From: Oslo, Norway Shows: Chemigrams, Lumen prints and Silver gelatin Photograms Stig Marlon Weston studied professional photography right before digital … Read more

Cyanotype by Greta Koshenina

Greta Koshenina

Greta Koshenina is a working artist who combines archival family photos with contemporary photographs to depict her own mythology. From: Water Valley, Mississippi, USA Shows: Cyanotypes Greta Koshenina is a photographer, videographer, poet, and curator based in Oxford and Water Valley, Mississippi. Cyanotypes provide a natural method of producing images that embody an antiquated aesthetic and convey a transient quality found in dreams, childhood memories, and mythology. Much of Koshenina’s … Read more

Cyanotype by Marian Fannon Christian

Marian Fannon Christian

Marian Fannon Christian, a British/Irish artist, draws inspiration from her upbringing in rural Ireland and extensive travels. Her art, spanning ink, pastels, watercolours, acrylics, and cyanotypes, explores the transcendental and seeks to evoke serenity through natural motifs. From: Leeds, UK Shows: Cyanotypes Marian Fannon Christian is a British/Irish artist who has travelled extensively. She grew up in beautiful and primitive surroundings in Co. Mayo on the west coast of Ireland … Read more

Els Wiering Cyanotype

Els Wiering

Dutch visual artist Els Wiering resides in Málaga, Spain. After a career in ICT, she pursued Fine Arts at the Academy of Minerva, Groningen. Her work, evolving from solid sculptures to airy expressions, explores reductionism and joyful minimalism, often utilising the cyanotype process to depict Costa del Sol’s summer essence. From: Málaga, Spain Shows: Cyanotypes Elsiena Wiering is a Dutch visual artist living in Málaga Spain since 2017. She grew … Read more

Cyanotype by Anna Walsh

Anna Walsh

British artist Anna Walsh draws inspiration from her rural upbringing in Worcestershire and her mother’s environmental activism. With a background in Art & Aesthetics and an MA in Book Arts, she explores human-nature interactions through cyanotype, fiction, and anecdotal narratives. A founding member of Garudio Studiage, her work is featured in the Tate Gallery and various private collections. From: London, UK Shows: Cyanotypes Anna Walsh is a British, London-based artist. … Read more

Cyanotype by Brian Nieman

Brian Nieman

Photographer Brian Nieman explores alternative processes and conducts workshops. His focus is on uncovering messages within layers of existence, preferring education and unrestricted projects over corporate work. From: Los Angeles California, USA Shows: Cyanotypes, Lumen and Polaroids Brian Nieman, a photographer and educator, explores alternative processes and conversations. As a resident artist, he conducts in-depth workshops and classes, supported by sponsorships and grants from various California Arts Council, Ahmanson Foundation, … Read more

Cyanotype by Rebecca Clark

Rebecca Clark

Rebecca Clark, a fine art photographer and educator, explores alternative processes in her work, notably cyanotype prints featuring imperfect plant specimens. Her compositions evoke themes of change and imbalance, diverging from traditional cyanotype methods. Recently retired from teaching, her artistry reflects a lifetime of exploration and education. From: Connecticut, USA Shows: Cyanotypes Rebecca Clark is a fine art photographer and educator. Her work has always involved some form of alternative … Read more

Kim Tillyer Cyanotypes

Kim Tillyer

After pursuing family life, Kim Tillyer returned to art, earning a first-class degree in Textiles and Surface Design. Her cyanotype art, featured on BBC Countryfile, culminated in her book “A Beginner’s Guide to Cyanotype.” From: Loweswater, Cumbria, UK Shows: Cyanotypes Kim Tillyer was born in London and moved to North Yorkshire at the age of 13 when her parents returned to the North York Moors and family roots in Middlesbrough. … Read more

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

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

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

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