Monday, April 12, 2021
Remote Meeting (See Instructions/Get Zoom Link Emailed)
Stretching my imagination through a creative history
I plan to offer some background, how I discovered a passion for cyanotype printing around 1999, where that took me, and how iPhoneography came unexpectedly into my life in 2013, and ultimately how I use both combined as a creative outlet. I’ll talk about how cyanotypes are made, some resources available and demonstrate a couple of apps I use and then show how I’ve combined both processes.
“I look for moments to capture a mood that takes the viewer to a reflective place of quiet mystery.”
Rebecca has been capturing her love of light for over 50 years. The techniques she uses span three centuries of photography, from the cyanotype sun prints of the mid-1800s to the SLRs of the 20th century and ultimately to the use of the iPhone in the 21st century. With her discovery of post processing apps in 2013 and the spontaneity of the iPhone, she found herself unexpectedly immersed in a new world of creativity. Both her Cyanotypes and Digital Art/iPhoneography images can be seen at The Cortile Gallery in Provincetown, MA
Rebecca teaches “The Art of iPhoneography” on the outer Cape, and offers one-on-one tutoring. Her work is represented by The Cortile Gallery, Provincetown, MA. www.cortilegallery.com
For more information about Rebecca, her past exhibits and awards and her teaching history, contact her at email@example.com or via her website.