Squint your eyes (or take off your reading glasses), and you’ll see flowers. Each “flower” is made from an individual bluegill caught in Strawbridge Lake in Moorestown, NJ. We regularly go fishing so that we can have as many different individual fish as possible in our art. The cyanotypes are printed on watercolor paper, developed with UV light (usually in the sun), rinsed, and then finally dried.
The original version of this print was shown in the Perkins Members and Faculty Exhibit at the Perkins Center for the Arts, in Moorestown, NJ, May-July 2021.
Art Prints (rolled or framed)
We like to keep our artwork fresh, just like our fish! So our prints are limited to 10 each image- regardless of the size or frame options. Prints are unsigned.
A unique cyanotype work of art!
- A unique cyanotype work of art!