I love traveling with my Holga film camera. It lets me be mindful in the moment, watching for that one perfect picture. The negatives for the Holga are fairly large – about twice the size of 35mm negatives. That means I can then use them for cyanotype projects like this one.
One of the negatives here is from a chapel in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Another is from a historic sailing ship.
You can see my original Holga images here –
I add in the forget-me-not flower to represent memories.
This is an 8 inch by 10 inch hand-painted cyanotype sheet of paper, matted out to 11 inch by 14 inch. It is the unique original piece of art. It comes in a protective plastic bag.
If you live near the Blackstone Valley Art association (BVAA) Gallery in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, you can stop by to see this cyanotype in person:
Please feel free to ask with any comments or questions.
Cost: $20 plus shipping
The original Holga negatives, the cyanotype based on them, and the photo of the cyanotype are all copyright to me Lisa Shea.