83. Craig Keenan
Signed and dated
Cyanotype print on paper
Sheet size: 40 x 30 cm.
Please note the image is smaller than the sheet.
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Created in 2019
This work is from an edition of three.
£160 - 240
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The rich cyan-blue and soft gestural marks created in the cyanotype printing process are used by printmaker Craig Keenan to capture wispy cloud formations.
Multi-media artist Craig Keenan paints, screen prints, illustrates and creates typographical work, but it is cyanotypes that he returns to most frequently and finds most rewarding:
"Cyanotyping hits all the right notes for me creatively – it’s digital and analogue, painterly and expressive. It’s also slightly unpredictable."
Cyanotype printmaking is a 19th-century printing process originally used to create 'blue prints' for engineers and scientists.
Craig Keenan is also including Palms in The Spring Auction.
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