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We’re delighted to present two original cyanotype prints by British artist Sally Gunnett. Each print is created by hand-coating paper or fabric with cyanotype chemicals before exposing them to the sun. Due to the nature of the cyanotype process each print is completely individual and variations in the intensity of the colour blue created are caused by the strength of the sunlight and the application of the chemicals.
Created by Sally Gunnett
Origin London, UK
Size – 31cm x 27.5cm
Cyanotype print on vintage fabric
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The cyanotype is a nineteenth century photographic process originally used to document plant specimens. It uses iron salt solutions which are light sensitive and when exposed to ultraviolet (sun) light causes a chemical reaction which creates a blue dye.
Sally works with the cyanotype process to record the status of plants and the light conditions present when each print was created.
Explore our collection of original works here.
About The Artist
Sally is an artist and teacher based in south-east London whose art practice uses plants to document and explore locations. She uses alternative photographic and printmaking processes, including cyanotypes and ecoprinting, to record plants and their growth at specific times and places.
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