Friday, October 25, 2013

behind the scenes...

...in my blue world!

For the last few weeks my world has totally turned blue! Yes, I am working on cyanotypes, a process I am becoming more and more interested at, developing works on a narrative of a very special nature and loving every (sunny) minute! 
As time goes by, I will give more details and glimpses of these works, as well as reveal their final destination; all in due time in the not so distant future!

13 comments:

  1. I love how you take processes that are simple and common, such as cyanotypes, and transform them into something that is completely your own style, different, intriguing and anything but simple. I look forward to seeing where you go with your blues!

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    1. Thank you, Ellen. Your words mean a lot to me!
      For sure I am enjoying this process and loving the opportunity of showing it...

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  2. Awesome work, Anna! Indigo prints on paper, I love it!

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  3. Big wow for what looks like a stunning collection! Looking forward to their further unveiling...

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    1. Thank you, Fiona. The sun is shining, the spread of works is getting out of hand, and I see blues even in my sleep...

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  4. these are all quite beautiful. blues and whites, wonderful.

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    1. Thanks Tammie Lee!
      Some of these blues continue their transformation through toning processes, resulting into equally lovely browns, aubergine toned blacks, etc....

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  5. I was ahhhing my way down your entry when I was surprised by the girly dress. I wonder where it fits in in the process. Any way, it's delightful. And now I am also fascinated by your previous comment: '...toning processes resulting into equally lovely browns, aubergine toned blacks...' Oh, I am looking forward to that too!

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  6. I am not familiar with this tone blue process... but I do love all the blues... reminds me of the Japanese boro quilting.

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    1. Donna, I agree! These works (especially when they have been toned) have a similar "feel" to boro quilting.

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  7. Blue is my favorite color, and these are simply wonderful. Thank you for sharing.

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