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Pau Brasil (Paubrasilia echinata) anthotype by Elizabeth Lee and Simone Wicca

“Pandora’s box” by Elizabeth Lee and Simone Wicca
Country: Brazil
Parts used: Stem powder (sawdust)
Application: Cotton ball
Exposure time: 2 weeks (cloudy and rainy days)
Months, season and year: August, winter, 2022
Substrate: Canson Montval
Contrast of final print: ** (Medium)

Pau Brasil (Paubrasilia echinata) anthotype by Elizabeth Lee and Simone WiccaPau Brasil (Paubrasilia echinata) for making anthotypesAmount: 5 g = 6 teaspoons in 20mL hot deionized water
Extracted using: Infusion
Thinner: Deionized water
Layers: 7 layers
Used to create image: Inkjet-printed transparency positive
Challenges or observations:
Could have been exposed a few more days because these days were very cloudy and rainy.

Instagram: @a.beth.lee @daguerreotipista

Web:
www.bethlee.wordpress.com
www.simonewicca.wordpress.com
www.wiccaverna.wordpress.com

Additional information:
Making anthotype vídeo: https://youtu.be/Ux84IC3jSIQ

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