No link, but I'm guessing, draw flowers with masking fluid, drop wet into wet colours, sprinkle salt, allow to dry, rub off masking fluid. It would work by drawing in the flowers with a fine white crayon I should imagine. Something I'm going to have a go at.

Draw flowers with masking fluid, drop wet into wet colours, sprinkle salt, allow to dry, rub off masking fluid. It would work by drawing in the flowers with a fine white crayon I should imagine.

Cyanotypes of British algae by Anna Atkins

British Algae by Anna Atkins the first photographic work by a woman, and the first book produced entirely by photographic means; the blueprint process, the cyanotypes lend themselves beautifully to illustrate objects fround in the sea.

the macro world - students choose a section of a plant to enlarge - focusing on an interesting negative/positive shape design- image inspiration: jan hendrix

maybe for our natural forms unit next year? the macro world - students choose a cross-section of a plant to enlarge - focusing on an interesting negative/positive shape design- image inspiration: jan hendrix

blueware vases (cyanotype ceramics?!)

Blueware vases by Studio Glithero. Blueware is a collection of ceramics with cyanotypes, a process of capturing direct impressions of botanical specimens on earthenware, using photosensitive.

print & pattern

renowned paris based studio atelier LZC have recently released a series of new products including cushions, fabric, notebooks and postcar.

Hedgrow norwich print

Hedgrow by Kerry Buck on the Norwich Print Fair website - contemporary fine art printmakers working in Norfolk and Suffolk.

AS Level Art sketchbook. Theme of Dockside - Mark making with black and white paint (Megan Clarke)

AS Level Art sketchbook. Theme of Dockside - Mark making with black and white paint (Megan Clarke) I lile this one because of the tone used it diffrent and the effect that it leaves it. Good effect and also i like the diffrent patterns

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