Oak, common (Quercus rober) anthotype by Karyn Hinz
“Dove” by Karyn Hinz
Country: Walla Walla, Washington, USA
Parts used: Leaves
Amount: A handful for each print
Extracted by: Mini food processor followed by further crushing with mortar
Substrate: Watercolor paper
Created with: Hand-cut paper stencil
Exposure: 2 days, July, summer 2023
Contrast: ✿✿✿ (High)
This anthotype is part of World Anthotype Day
World Anthotype Day was started by AlternativePhotography.com in 2022. In August anthotype artists all over the world celebrate the anthotype process and send in their entries. We add them here to the database and create a reference book for each year. The purpose of the day is to build a large resource where artist can learn which pigmenets and plants that work and draw inspiration from other artists' work. The reference books can be found here:
Volume 1 is the first book in the series:
Volume 1 contains 60 unique anthotype emulsions from 103 artists taking part from 31 countries.
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