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Reconnect with the natural world through art and art-science research. 

Welcome

My name is Renata, I am a Biochrome photomedia artist, educator and researcher helping people to reconnect with nature. I invite you to embrace the cycle of life through Biochrome art. 

What is Biochrome Art?

It is an image created through the Biochrome Art process that I developed to help you engage with the natural world.

What is Biochrome process?

It is a process of image making I developed, based on fusion of organic and photographic materials over an extended period of time, and art-science research. A collaboration with nature.

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Medicinal Plant Cycles

Are you curious how Renata transforms plant decay into art?

To find out download a free catalogue, which includes: 12 images of Australian healing plants & their properties, and an essay about art-science creative process & traditional knowledge.

This project was created in consultations with members of the Quandamooka community from Minjerribah / North Stradbroke Island, SE Queensland.

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My Garden Path - Studio Tour

Welcome to my studio, let me show you around and reveal the secret of my Biochrome process.

Video by ABC TV Gardening Australia.

Biochrome

It is an image created through the Biochrome Art process that I developed to help you engage with the natural world.

Art for sale

My Biochrome art is available in different formats for residence and corporate settings. Check examples in the menu.

Cyanotype

One of the earliest historical photographic processes

Workshops:

I facilitate cyanotype workshops at schools, institutions, with groups or individuals. Check my upcoming workshops in the menu, or request your own private session.

Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Images and video on this page:
  • Renata Buziak, Corymbia gummifera (bloodwood) …bactericide…, (fragment), Archival pigment on paper, 2012, sizes variable.
  • Video by Gardening Australia ABC TV