Discover the world of CYANOTYPE

Date: Saturday 23 September 2023

Time: 10am – 1pm

Venue: Grange, Brisbane 

Address details will be provided upon booking.

Class size: 6 – 10 participants

Suitable for beginners, teens (15+), and adults.

Price: $137.00


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Discover the World of Cyanotype

In this hands on workshop create your own unique artwork and gain skills to continue exploring this captivating art form at home.

Explore the historical photographic process using plants, found objects, and sunlight. Keep your unique prints as cherished artwork or as gifts to someone special.

In this 3-hour workshop, you will:

  • Create your own stunning cyanotype prints on cotton and paper.
  • Learn some history of the process, coating, developing and fixing techniques in a relaxed atmosphere.
  • Acquire the skills to continue experimenting with cyanotype at home.

All materials provided: cyanotype supplies, paper, fabric, plant cuttings, found objects. Bring your own small objects for a personal touch.

Light morning tea provided. Bring your own lunch if you wish.

Limited spots available. Reserve your place now!

*Bookings close 5 days prior to the workshop unless sold out earlier.
**Refunds are available up to 5 days bofre the workshop date.

About Renata: 

Dr Renata Buziak is a biochrome photo-media artist, researcher, and educator, with over 15 years of teaching experience. 

With a focus on plant life and helping people to reconnect with nature, her captivating artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Renata holds a PhD from Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. Her art has received several awards and is featured in private and public collections, and on ABC TV Gardening Australia. 

Reflections on Cyanotype workshop with Renata Buziak by Gabby Mactaggart.

Images on this page:
  • Banner images: (1 & 3): washing and drying participants’ cyanotype prints on paper at a workshop; (2) Renata’s double-sided prints on cotton.
  • Feature image – drying a participant’s cyanotype print on cotton at a workshop.
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