Printing with Light - Winter Cyanotypes Workshop


Create beautiful festive gifts, using the cyanotype process and found items.


2024 Course Dates:

Saturday 23rd November 2024


Time: 10am – 4pm

Price: £80 per person

Minimum age: 16

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In this workshop you’ll get to learn the full process of the cyanotype artform, from safely preparing materials to exploring different exposure techniques. 

This will involve learning about cyanotype developing solution and how to prepare cyanotype paper. You’ll then move on to experiment with different exposure techniques, making several cyanotypes using a wide range of materials to create shadow patterns. 

You’ll have the opportunity to create a range of bespoke decorations and homeware – as festive gifts for loved ones, or as a gift to yourself!

Protective gloves will be provided, but we suggest you bring an apron to protect your clothes just in case.

Participants will take home their prints from the day, as well as their own small-scale DIY cyanotype kit so you can carry on experimenting & creating at home!


**Please Note**

Hot & cold drinks, biscuits, cake and fruit will all be provided, but we ask that all participants bring their own lunch.

When purchasing your ticket, please ensure you complete the form to make us aware of any health conditions or allergies as well as any additional support that you may need during your day with us.

About the Tutor; Liberty Feist

I am a fine artist, maker, and Devon Girl. 


In my works you will discover an unapologetic infatuation with all things blue, and the healing powers that this beautiful colour can bring. My work explores themes of finding your voice, nature and embracing imperfections. Favourite visuals include florals and the female form; a seemingly perfect combination for cyanotypes.


After graduating from Arts University Bournemouth with a BA(Hons) in Photography, I moved into the world of admin for several years; holding art as a passion and hobby. During the first 2020 UK lockdown, I realised that I deserved to finally take my art career seriously. So, with no more excuses, I quit my job and life in Surrey to move back home to Devon and start Liberty Feist Studio.


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