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SPONSORS SHOW 2021

Updated: Jun 6

What can we say? Without them, all of this just wouldn't be possible! So it's with extreme gratitude & eternal thanks that we present the work of the

World Cyanotype Day Sponsors.

Be prepared to be amazed!


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Sponsor: VICKI REED




Title: "The Gardener"




Title: "The Nest"




Title: "The Handyman"


Details: These are life size photograms of my parents on fabric. They are part of a larger project titled, "What We Leave Behind", documenting my parents and the things they would leave behind when they moved into a nursing home.

I placed the cyanotype fabric on a queen size bed in my garage, my parents lay on top of the fabric and then I wheeled them out into the sun for an exposure. I wheeled them back into the garage, they got off the bed and I added items into

the white unexposed areas where their bodies had been

and then wheeled it back into the sun

for a short second exposure.


Contact: vickir33d


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Sponsor: JILL WELHAM



Title: "Daffodil Trio"


Details: This piece is a double exposure wet cyanotype on Hahnemuhle Platinum rag paper. The first layer was bleached and the paper recoated with cyanotype chemicals. Once dry another wet cyanotype was created over the top.

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Title: "Two Cranesbill Leaves"


Details: This is a wet cyanotype on Hahnemuhle Platinum rag paper created using wild cranesbill leaves picked on one of my daily dog walks.

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Title: "False Shamrock"


Details: This is a wet cyanotype on Hahnemuhle Platinum rag paper, the leaves and flower were picked from a plant growing in my garden.


Contact: https://www.mirrored-images.co.uk


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Sponsors: Victoria COOPER + Doug SPOWART

Photobooks | Artists Books | Nocturne Projects | Teachers | Researchers



Title: "Tidal"


Details: This is an image from "TIDAL", an artists' book by Cooper & Spowart.

A Finalist in the 2018 Libris Artists' Book Award, Mackay, Australia.

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Title: "TIDAL"


Details: A video exploration of "TIDAL", an artists' book by Cooper & Spowart.

A Finalist in the 2018 Libris Artists' Book Award, Mackay, Australia.

Click link below to view.

https://youtu.be/Q1y32COgIRw


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Sponsor: MELISSA WILGIS




Title: "Believing"


Details: Cyanotype photogram on watercolor paper, using antique textile and stars.

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Title: "Growing"


Details: Cyanotype photogram on watercolor paper, using

antique textile and wildflowers.

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Title: "Drifting"


Details: Cyanotype photogram on watercolor paper, using

antique textile and wildflowers.


Contact: www.melissawilgis.com


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Sponsor: CHRIS BYRNES




Title: "Connie As Magritte"


Details: taken from a digital negative in Greenland with one of my travelling photographers Connie wearing my Magritte hat and posing. Ware new formula cyanotype on printmaking paper.

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Title: "Remove 1"


Details: made during lockdown in response to women locked into domestic violence project, Ware new formula cyanotype on printmaking paper bleached and tea toned.

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Title: "National Art School Tower Circles Shadows"


Details: Made using an image from a room camera obscura I set up in Sydney 2016-2017, original paper negative. Traditional 2 part cyanotype formula on printmaking paper.


Contact: http://www.chrisbyrnesartist.com/

Social Media: @lady_camera_obscura


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Sponsor: JOHN ANSELL




Title: "Turtle"


Details: Image is Traditional Cyanotype created as part of a story about the damage plastics in our oceans. Digital negative to Bergger 320 paper

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Title: "Old Wives"


Details: Image is a Cyanotype from digital negative onto Bergger 320 paper. Taken whilst scuba diving in the waters of Port Phillip Bay, Australia.


Contact: www.johnansell.com.au

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Sponsor: LAURA KIVELA SCHROEDER




Title: "In Situ"

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Title: "Still"

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Title: "Triangles"


Details: These are all cyanotype on watercolor paper. These prints are from the art educators' retreat in 2019 where I first tried cyanotype technique in a workshop with Kevin Rose Schultz and Trish O'Brien Korte.

I used the Jacquard two-part sensitizer kit to prepare watercolor paper.

For In Situ, I slid the paper into some weeds up against a building and let it sit, vertical, in the morning sun, no glass.

Still was made with a plexiglass plate I had drypoint-engraved with an original drawing (my first time trying this technique, which I had seen in an educator workshop at the

Indianapolis Museum of Art with Christopher Nunn).

For Triangles I used layers of tracing paper I had drawn on and cut.


Contact: https://lschroede6.wixsite.com/laurakschroeder

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Sponsor: JODI BENAROCH




Title: "A Dash Of This, A Little Of That"


Details: Cyanotype using precoated paper, snowball viburnum blossoms,

vinegar, various spices from my kitchen

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Title: "New Kid"


Details: One of my first attempts at cyanotype, and I'd been feeling

kind of like an impostor. Like I was the simple and obvious one among

more graceful and delicate peers.

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Title: "My Sister, The Artist"


Details: Cyanotype made using a doily crocheted by my sister. This was

my first success after several attempts at paying tribute to her work.


Contact: https://www.lomography.com/homes/jolom


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Sponsor: WALT POLLEY




Title: “Conch Horn”


Details: This is a traditional formula cyanotype printed on watercolor paper.

It shows a chainsaw treestump carving in Galveston, Texas. In September 2008, Hurricane Ike hit Galveston with a 20 foot (6.1 meter) storm surge, driving salt water across the island, killing many large, old oak trees.

To preserve this heritage, the city contracted with chainsaw artists to create statues from the dead tree trunks throughout the city where the trees once flourished.

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Title: “Rose”


Details: Printed on Hahnemühle Sumi-e paper, this traditional formula cyanotype depicts one of the roses found in the Longwood Gardens Conservatory. Located outside Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, Longwood Gardens is an American botanical garden.

It consists of over 1,077 acres (436 hectares) of gardens, woodlands, and meadows. It is one of the premier horticultural display gardens in the United States.

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Title: “Sioux Dancer”


Details: Getting close to a Sioux dancer participating in the annual Wacipi (pow-wow), this traditional formula cyanotype on watercolor paper has been bleached

with baking soda and then toned with catechu.

Wacipi means "they all dance" in the Dakota language. The Wacipi is a celebration of life. Native Americans gather for a cultural and social celebration of

dancing, singing and visiting.

The Wacipi is a time for gathering together to meet old friends, make new ones, and honor those who have come before.


Contact: https://www.flickr.com/photos/walt_polley/


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Sponsor: KEVIN ROSE SCHULTZ




Title: "The Little Princess"


Details: This piece was created with a vintage girl's dress. It is one piece in a series of prints made from vintage dresses that range from the Edwardian period to the fifties. In this series I continue to explore the feminine spirit and bring a new appreciation to the details of fashions from the past.

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Title: "Sunday Best"


Details: This work features a young girl's dress from the forties with sheer gloves. I have begun to explore the idea of using different accessories to add more character and dimension to the dresses. "Sunday Best" speaks of a time when going to church was much more formal than today.

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Title: "Showboat"


Details: This is another in my series of vintage dresses. This one is from the early 1900's. I wanted to create some movement and so that there might be the illusion of a figure there. I believe each dress reveals a narrative about the wearer. I don't want to reveal too much about what I see, but want the viewer to imagine their own story.


In order to print garments this large of a scale, my husband built me a custom contact printing unit that I can print full-scale dresses under a large piece of glass.

It was important for me to have the details show up and that would not happen without the glass making a tight contact against the dresses that I print.


Contact: www.kevinroseschultzart.weebly.com


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Sponsor: SALLY JACOBSON



Title: "Untitled"


Details: 22 X 30 Cyanotype & Monoprint.

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Title: "Untitled"


Details: 21 X 30 Cyanotype & Monoprint.

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Title: "Untitled"


Details: 9 X 9 Cyanotype & Wax.


Contact: 7gardenangels@gmail.com


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Sponsor: JO HOWELL




Title: "Travel Bird"


Details: Cut out bird from vintage bird magazine with grass.

Printed on a 1946 OS map of Dartmoor.

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Title: "Weave Bird"


Details: Cut out bird from vintage bird magazine with cherry blossom

on woven cyanotype paper.

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Title: "Reflecting Bird"


Details: Cut out bird from vintage bird magazine with wet cyanotype underneath. Transient collage or scanograph.


Contact: maverickbeyond.com


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Sponsor: DONNA MOORE



Title: “16 March 2020”

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Title: “2 May 2020”

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Title: “21 February 2021”


Details: These images are from a project I started in March of 2020, ("Hope is the Thing with Feathers”) when the first “stay safer at home” recommendations were given here in Tennessee. I started making daily Cyanolumen prints as a way to pass the time and stay hopeful during the Covid19 Pandemic. I made at least one a day and sometimes several. I used expired photo paper with cyanotype chemistry and exposed them for several hours. It became my daily meditation and an obsession that was difficult to let go of

when I ended the project one year later.


Contact: donnaheadrickmoore.com


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Sponsor: NATALI BRAVO-BARBEE




Title: "Memoria de Niñez"

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Title: "Beautifully Restrained"

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Title: The Woman That Wore This Collar


Details: In 2015, I began making cyanotype prints of collars and haven't stopped since. The inspiration behind these collars is attributed to my childhood outfits. There is a ghostly vacancy in each print I make and I am fascinated by it. The prints I am sharing for this show are a variety of my collars from the "Blue Collar" series

and vary from paper to fabric.


Contact: https://www.natalibarbee.com


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Sponsor: MELANIE J. RICE




Title: "The Dance"


Description: Cyanotype collage using traditional cyanotype process. This image is part of an ongoing project that challenges society's view of women.

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Title: "STOP!"

Description: Traditional cyanotype process, bleached and tea-toned. This image is part of an ongoing project that challenges society's view of women.

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Title: "Pueblo Noir"


Description: Traditional cyanotype process, bleached and coffee-toned. This image is part of an ongoing project that challenges society's view of women.


Contact: www.instagram.com/denverstreetphotog


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