with Sammi McLean
Cyanotypes are prints made using paper and fabric that have been coated with a photo-sensitive emulsion. When exposed using UV light, they create rich blue photographic images. The workshop will cover analog processes, like creating photograms from found plant materials. Sammi McLean works with new technology through the lens of printmaking. She has taught printmaking classes at the Norton Museum of Art, Dreyfoos School of the Arts and Armory Art Center.