Inspired by my love of vintage scientific collections, antique posters, and alternative process photography, this cyanotype of bird feathers is part of a series featuring collected items. Cyanotypes are created using a contact print process. The paper stays white where the objects are placed, and turns cyan-blue where it is exposed to the sun. Cyanotype printing is one of the oldest photographic printing methods. I enjoy seeing the sometimes unexpected results.
19.3" x 25.3"
18" x 24"
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about the artist
Cambria Evans is a creative director, children's book illustrator and author. She is rarely seen without her constant companions: a box of junior mints + a tiny sketchbook.
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