Original Cyanotype / Four

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Original Cyanotype / Four - art by artist from Canada Florigin - artterra online art gallery - Buy art of Canada Online - We ship to USA and Canada
Original Cyanotype / Four - art by artist from Canada Florigin - artterra online art gallery - Buy art of Canada Online - We ship to USA and Canada
Original Cyanotype / Four - art by artist from Canada Florigin - artterra online art gallery - Buy art of Canada Online - We ship to USA and Canada
Original Cyanotype / Four - art by artist from Canada Florigin - artterra online art gallery - Buy art of Canada Online - We ship to USA and Canada
Original Cyanotype / Four - art by artist from Canada Florigin - artterra online art gallery - Buy art of Canada Online - We ship to USA and Canada
Original Cyanotype / Four - art by artist from Canada Florigin - artterra online art gallery - Buy art of Canada Online - We ship to USA and Canada
Original Cyanotype / Four - art by artist from Canada Florigin - artterra online art gallery - Buy art of Canada Online - We ship to USA and Canada
Original Cyanotype / Four - art by artist from Canada Florigin - artterra online art gallery - Buy art of Canada Online - We ship to USA and Canada

Original Cyanotype / Four

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Mono, ON, Canada

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Every hand-produced print is an original artwork, created using traditional photographic printing techniques. Jo's collections are inspired by botanicals, foraged on her rural property in Ontario. 

The prints are created using a cameraless technique called a photogram. The photogram is a 'contact print' process, with objects placed directly onto the surface of light-sensitive materials, and then developed.

Size: 10x8 in | 25.4x20.3 cm

Frame: No

Medium: Handmade Photographic Darkroom Print on pearl finish resin coated paper

Print 10x8”
Mount 11x14”
Mounted in a white mat with backing

As a result of this technique, each print is individually created, and each one is unique.

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Florigin

Jo Thomson is an experimental photographer and photoartist based in Mono, ON who specializes in creating unique art prints using foraged botanicals and traditional photographic processes. Under the brand name Florigin, Jo works with two processes: the Photogram, created in a traditional darkroom, and the Cyanotype, created by exposure to the sun. Jo's work has a direct relationship with the subject matter, as both processes use the ‘contact’ method, whereby objects are placed directly onto the photographic materials before exposure, resulting in prints that are unique and original.

Jo completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree at the London College of Arts (UK) and has since been active in the commercial creative industries, working as both a freelance commercial & social photographer and as a director of their Design & Branding Studio, Believe in. However, Florigin was born out of Jo's strong desire to return to their roots of traditional printing and to be creative without the constraints of a client brief.

Jo's ultimate aim is to elevate ordinary objects into things of beauty. Their recent client expressed the sentiment perfectly when she said that looking at Jo's work makes her feel calm and focused on nature and on only the important things in life. Jo takes great satisfaction in knowing that their work brings joy to others, and delights in seeing their pieces displayed in others' environments. Jo continues to explore their passion for slow, analogue processes and encourages others to follow their passions in life without fear.

Artterra's headquarters are located in Toronto, which is situated on the traditional territory of many Indigenous nations, including the Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat, and the Mississaugas of the Credit. We recognize and honor the enduring presence and contributions of the Indigenous peoples and their languages, cultures, and histories, and are committed to learning from and working with them towards mutual understanding and respect. As a business that represents artists from all over current Canada, we acknowledge that we live, work, and play on the unceded territories of Indigenous peoples across this land. We remain committed to recognizing their sovereignty, respecting their rights, and supporting their ongoing efforts towards reconciliation.

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