Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Summer Arts Program at HBMS


Working quickly students placed items from nature on their Sun Print paper before exposing the paper to the summer sun. UV light from the sun reacted to the paper and created positive and negative images. After the paper had been fully exposed to the sun it was placed in a water bath to stop the developing process. Once the water dried the paper turned a deep blue where it was exposed to the sun and white where objects had been place. Sun Print paper was easy to work with and offered endless creative possibilities.