Every year growing up, my father and I would spend many hours together in the garden: in the early spring we’d be prepping the garden for the plants to pop their heads up, in the late spring and early summer we’d enjoy the fruits of of our labor seeing how full and manicured the garden beds would be, and by late summer we’d just try to tame the unruly beasts, hoping to get just a few more weeks out of the flowers before they burned up from the hot, humid Eastern Shore sun. By late summer and early fall we were back at work cleaning, weeding, and prepping for winter. I loved the rhythm of it all.
This cyanotype was created during a summer stay at my parent’s home.
A cyanotype is one of the earliest photographic processes. When cyanotype chemicals are exposed to UV light, they produce varying shades of blue. All fine art prints are printed on matte paper in my studio in Southeastern PA. They are printed using archival-quality inks.
All fine art prints are available in the following sizes: 8x10, 11x14, and 16x20. All work up to 11x14 ships flat with stiff backing to ensure a safe delivery. Prints 16x20 will be rolled and mailed in a tube with directions about how to unroll them once home. Each print is printed on demand and can take up to 2 weeks to ship.