Sue Clisby is a photographer and textile artist based in the Dandenongs, Victoria. She enjoys the creative challenge of transferring her photographs onto different materials for people to enjoy and wear.
Discovered in 1842, the cyanotype was originally used for reproducing notes, diagrams and artistically recording botanical specimens.
Cyanotypes are considered the most asic form of camera-less photography. The processsimply involves the reaction of light with chemistry.
Each handmade print is unique and will last a lifetime. The print can be removed from the card and framed as a piece of art.
17.5 x 12.5 CM