Cyanotype is one of the oldest photographic printing processes, dating back to the 1840’s. To make a cyanotype, a light sensitive chemical emulsion is mixed, painted onto paper, and dried. A negative is contact printed onto this paper using sunlight or an ultraviolet light source.

Each cyanotype print is unique and may have slight variations from other prints made using the same negative.

All of Diana’s handmade prints are presented on best quality heavyweight watercolour paper. These pages will be updated regularly as new prints become available.

Prints are available to purchase, prices on request. Go to the About link at top right of this screen for email contact point. I look forward to hearing from you.

December 2009