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Beginner's Guide to Cyanotype

Beautiful projects to print with light

June 4, 2024 | Trade paperback
ISBN: 9781800920958
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Learn to use cyanotype process on fabric, note cards, paper and so much more!

Create a beautiful blue colored world using this amazing printing process with detailed instruction from popular crafter Kim Tillyer.

Crafters will learn how to apply a special light-sensitive solution to various surfaces and witness the transformative effect of sunlight or UV light, as their creations magically turn into vibrant blue works of art. What makes cyanotype particularly appealing is its versatility, as it provides a fun, accessible, and affordable means to transform ordinary objects into extraordinary blue-hued keepsakes.

Whether you are a budding artist in search of a new creative outlet or an individual seeking to infuse your gifts with a mesmerizing blue hue, "A Beginner's Guide to Cyanotype" will serve as your ultimate beginner-friendly guide. You are guided on how to use cyanotype printing on a variety of surfaces and unlock the potential of this enchanting artistic process. With Kim Tillyer's expert instruction and inspiration, you will embark on a journey of artistic exploration, creating unique and captivating cyanotype masterpieces that reflect your individual style and vision.

About this Author

Kim Tillyer is a specialist in Textiles and Surface Design studied at Cleveland College of Art and Design (CCAD) / The Northern School of Art and began to explore print techniques that could be applied both to paper and fabric without the need for expensive specialist equipment. Kim's use of the cyanotype process combines plants and found objects, with hand drawn and photographic elements, to create etherial images on paper and fabric. The addition of embroidered detail is a nod to her textile training and interpretations of "stitch" - to create, mend, secure and embellish.

Kim has a sketchbook in The Sketchbook Project, based in Brooklyn NY. Her sketchbook is mostly cyanotype images using the processes found in the book.

Kim lives in the Lake District in the UK and is a member of Cumbria Printmakers and has also exhibited her work widely throughout the UK.

ISBN: 9781800920958
Format: Trade paperback
Pages: 112
Publisher: Search Press
Published: 2024-06-04

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