Adkins Arboretum

Dicksonia, Page 7-8,” a cyanotype from digital negative by Adkins Arboretum artist-in-residence Liz Donadio. The Baltimore-based photographer will teach a cyanotype workshop at the Arboretum on Saturday, July 16.

RIDGELY — A technique from early days of photography, cyanotype uses the sun to develop a natural emulsion into a vivid blue image that can be further toned and manipulated. Join Adkins Arboretum artist-in-residence Liz Donadio to learn about the Arboretum’s varieties of native plant species and to make your own prints at a cyanotype workshop on Saturday, July 16.

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