Experimental printmaking – cyanotypes – a taster day with Eleanor Buffam

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Cyanotype is a low-tech print method using sunlight to create blue and white images. Creatively explore techniques to create photogram type prints from found objects and images.


Eleanor Buffam

Eleanor was born in Falkirk and grew up in Philadelphia. She has a BFA in Painting from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, having studied in Philadelphia and Rome from 1996-2002. She studied at West Dean College in West Sussex, UK, from 2010-2012, graduating with an MFA in Painting and Drawing. She has exhibited internationally, and her work is held in private collections in the US, UK and Europe. She currently lives and works in East London.

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