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Join us for an immersive full day workshop, facilitated by local artist Eleanor Amiradaki, on Saturday 19th September 10am-4pm

Participants will be guided to develop a body of work in response to the surrounding landscape at Eramboo Artist Environment, nestled in Sydney’s stunning bushland!

Drawing inspiration from nature we will learn the history of cyanotype printing and explore the potentials of this captivating process.

Cyanotype is a photographic printing process using the sun to produce beautiful Prussian blue images. This process is experimental in nature and there are multiple techniques

which can be used & combined in a myriad of ways to create an array of images.

In this workshop we will cover mixing solutions, preparing our paper, printing on a range of premium papers, various toning applications and creating our own negatives

to print from directly. 

Students will leave with a solid understanding of this versatile process and a folio of unique images. 

Suitable for beginners looking for a creative experience, practicing artists who would like to explore a new medium and everyone in-between! A perfect combination

of nature, alchemy, art and connection!

Tickets Via Eventbrite

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL (Places limited to 8 students)

Contact Eleanor Amiradaki for further information. 



Saturday, 19th September 2020

All materials included

10am – 4pm

Eramboo Artist Environment, Terrey Hills

AGES 18+

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL (Places limited to 8 students)


Tea, coffee & and delicious snacks will be provided to keep our creative juices flowing! Please just bring a light lunch and a water bottle.

Closed shoes are appropriate for walking in the bush and studio saftey. 

There will be Cyanotype Solution Kits and a range of premium papers available to purchase if you wish to continue your Cyanotype journey beyond this workshop!



Eleanor is Sydney based artist whose practice encompasses installation, printmaking, drawing and photography.

Influenced by archetypal psychology and the rituals of the everyday she explores the intimate interior landscapes and

thresholds we reside in, and move between. Inspired by the interplay of the natural world and the creative gesture, she

enjoys sharing elements of her practice with others and facilitates a range of classes and workshops.

Eleanor holds an honours degree in Visual Communications and Master of Art at UNSW Art & Design. She is a recent

finalist in the Ravenswood Women’s Art Prize & Hornsby Art Prize.


COVID POLICY & SAFTEY: Eramboo Artist Environment is up to date on all government safety protocol.

Strict precautions are taken to ensure a safe learning environment for staff and students. 

REFUND POLICY: As materials are purchased and prepared in advance we hope you can appreciate that we are

unable to offer refunds. In the event you are not able to attend the workshop or the workshop is cancelled for

unforeseeable issues (out of the organisers control) you will receive a credit note which can be used to

attend a future workshop.