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currie workshop


with Wendy Currie

© wendy currie

This workshop will show you how to make images from digital or analogue negatives, photograms from objects such as leaves, lace, feathers, mesh and many more.
This workshop is a totally engaging hands-on experience, involving the participant from the choice and preparation of paper, until the moment the image is revealed.
Wendy will also show you how to achieve a subtle variety of shades with various toning chemicals.

In 1991 Wendy Currie completed a Graduate Diploma specialising in 19th Century photographic printing processes, and has been fascinated by them ever since. Cyanotype was one of the earliest processes in the development of photography, but remains a satisfying creative medium for modern photographic artists.

When Saturday June 25th 10:00am to 4:00pm
Where Daylesford Neighbourhood House, 13 Camp St, Daylesford.
Cost $175.00 [$150 concession and DFB subscribers] includes buffet lunch
Minimum: 6 participants, maximum 12
Bookings: call the DFB 05 office [03] 5348 5703, or email for a workshop registration form.

For more information on Wendy Currie workshops, call Wendy direct on 0414 328 520


Wendy Currie has worked with alternative photographic processes for over 15 years and has taught at institutes including RMIT, PSC, and also at Gold Street Studios. She has participated in several group exhibitions and sells works through suburban and regional galleries.

After completing her Diploma of Arts (Art) in 1989,wendy returned to do a Graduate Diploma of Arts (Media) in 1990, concentrating on exploring early 19th Century printing processes, specialising in Cyanotype, Gum Bichromate and Van Dyke.

Wendy delights in the direct tactile involvement with all stages of creating the image and the freedom to work with watercolour and handmade papers or fabrics.

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