Botanical Cyanotype Workshop!
Sep
30
10:00 AM10:00

Botanical Cyanotype Workshop!

The Cyanotype process was the original way blueprints were produced back in the early 1900s, as well as one of the first forms of photography to document the natural world. This hands-on process allows you to make visually seductive prints using found objects, botanicals, photo negatives, and drawings.

Join me on September 30th for a one-day workshop with Wildcraft Studio School at their Wildcraft West location in Portland!

photo courtesy of: Micah Fischer

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Airbnb Botanical Sun Print Workshop
Jul
15
12:30 PM12:30

Airbnb Botanical Sun Print Workshop

Since the Pacific Northwest is particularly spectacular this time of year, Held in Common is excited to team up with Airbnb Experiences this summer to provide ongoing Botanical Sun Prints workshops. This two-hour outdoor workshop focuses on the relationship between photography and botanical artwork. I will be teaching you how to use a variety of flowers and foliage to create fabulous prints of the Portland summer season.

What’s great is that you don’t have to be visiting from out of town to take advantage of this! Sign up through the Airbnb website to book your day with me.

Photo courtesy of: Micah Fischer

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Portland Monthly Cyanotype Workshop
May
12
1:00 PM13:00

Portland Monthly Cyanotype Workshop

In conjunction with Portland Monthly’s May Oregon Woman issue, I will be participating in the 2nd annual Woman Up! event which brings together experts from across the city—and state—for a weekend of wellness & celebration of the bold women shaping Oregon’s future, honoring those who’ve paved the way, and inspiring the next generation.

Join me on Saturday May 12th from 1:30-3pm as I host two, 30-minute Cyanotype workshops, aiming to inspire creative bliss through hands-on making and playfulness. Tickets can be found on the Portland Monthly Woman Up! website.

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Botanical Cyanotype Workshop!
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Botanical Cyanotype Workshop!

The Cyanotype process was the original way blueprints were produced back in the early 1900s, as well as one of the first forms of photography to document the natural world. This hands-on process allows you to make visually seductive prints using found objects, botanicals, photo negatives, and drawings.

Join me on April 7th for a one-day workshop out in the hills of White Salmon, WA with Wildcraft Studio School!

photo courtesy of: Micah Fischer

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