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Artist and instructor Fruma Markowitz will lead this workshop on World Cyanotype Day,
September 30 from 10am-12:30pm
(rain date Oct 7)
This workshop is the perfect opportunity to learn the process or further experiment and develop your skills. Participants will create prints on paper using the cyanotype historical photographic process.
Learn how the non-toxic cyanotype chemicals (potassium ferricyanide and ferric ammonium citrate) react in exposure to sun/UV light to produce permanent, magical blue and white images.
Using botanical specimens and common objects students will produce one-of-a-kind compositions involving both random and intentional mark-marking. The results are surprising, ethereal and delightful.
For World Cyanotype Day, the custom is to make 12” X 12” cloth cyanotype flags with any type of design, which would be displayed afterwards as a group.
Members $75 / Non Members $90 (includes all materials)
Please note registration and payment for this program is non-refundable. In the event you must cancel, we will consider your purchase a donation and will happily issue you a donation receipt.
Fruma teaching cyanotype at Weir Farm where she had an Artist Residency in Sept. 2022
Fruma is a member of several artist organizations in CT, including Silvermine Guild of Artists, the Artists Collective of Westport, The Kerschner Gallery, The Bendheim Gallery, Carriage Barn Art Center, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Shoreline Arts Alliance and Rowayton Arts Center. She has taught photography to women in crisis at the Project Return home in Westport, and is the recipient of several grants through the Drew Friedman fund. She participated in her first Artist Residency at the Weir Farm Historic Nature Preserve in Wilton, CT, in September, 2022.
Her work has also been shown nationally at the SoHo Photo Gallery in NYC, the New York Center for Photographic Arts, the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Southeast Center for Photography, Light ArtSpace Gallery, RI Center of Photographic Art, Vermont Center of Photography, and The Halide Project. She has been published in Issues #33 and 35 of The Hand Magazine, and self-published a book of her documentary travel photographs, “Synagogues Along the Danube,” in 2019.