14 x 11.5 inches framed
One of a series of photogram/cyanotype prints made in the Sun of June 22, 2000.
To make white-on-blue photograms, paper is coated with a light-sensitive cyanotype chemical solution and printed when exposed to the ultraviolet light of the Sun in direct contact with objects placed on the paper. John Herschel, astronomer, invented the cyanotype in 1842, in order to reproduce the mathematical tables that documented his measuring of the distances to the stars.
TO BE READ IN THE LIGHT
The Artist's Own Celestial Charts to Guide the Reader in Search of the Elusive & Changing CENTER
MAPPING THE GREAT BOOK
Between Us & Far Away (book closed)
Between Us & Far Away (book opened)
Ladder Adventure - Chapter 3
Pine/Cone/Needles/Sun 9:00am 6/22/00