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Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) anthotype by Justine Kaemerlen

Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) anthotype by Justine Kaemmerlen

“Nasturtium” by Justine Kaemmerlen
Country: San Francisco, USA
Parts used: Petals from medium-orange flowers (not the deepest orange possible, but also not the lightest the plant produces)
Amount: 2 full flowers for a 4 x 3 inch print
Extracted by: Mortar and pestle
Thinner: 91% isopropyl alcohol
Application: Brushing

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Chili pepper (Capsicum annuum) anthotype by Dalene Marais

Chili pepper (Capsicum annuum) anthotype by Dalene Marais

“Wind-blown Eucalyptus leaves” by Dalene Marais
Country: Gauteng, Johannesburg, Chartwell north AH, South Africa
Parts used: Chilly powder
Amount: 250 mL rubbing alcohol 91% and 50 g of chilly powder steeped and matured 12 months
Extracted by: Steeping in alcohol in a glass jar with lid in a dark cupboard
Thinner: Rubbing alcohol 91%
Application: Brushing in swift strokes to obtain some visual brush strokes

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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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