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Delft Garden 4 (unframed) Painting

Christine So

United States

Painting, Cyanotype on Paper

Size: 12 W x 18 H x 0.1 D in

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*NOTE: On exhibition. Available after December 12, 2021. This is a combination of painting and a kind of alternative photographic process from the 1800s: cyanotype. I drew the plant and painted it in —not with paint, but with light-sensitive photo emulsion. The blue and white pattern seen in each leaf, which resembles painted Delft pottery, is really a sunprint or cameraless photograph of tiny plants laid on top. If you look closely you may see a tiny flower or two... Plants and nature are fragile and easily thrown off balance by humans. Porcelain is the most fragile of clays to make pottery out of. The title ‘Delft Garden’ is both literal referring to the pattern I created and a also metaphor for the delicate earth we live on that was once even called a Garden of Eden. This and all the other cyanotype paintings in the ‘Delft Garden’ series are identical in size, 12 x 18 inches. They were created on the same brand of watercolor paper of the same color but may have been photographed at different times of day, causing the paper to at times look lighter or darker.

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Painting:Cyanotype on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:12 W x 18 H x 0.1 D in

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Clients include: Timothée Chalamet, Starbucks, Mayo Clinic (Jacksonville), Jumaira Resort, Lux Habitat Sotheby’s International (Dubai), Wyndham Worldmark Hotels, Kimpton Hotel Monaco (Salt Lake City), Mazars Accounting, Limelight Hotel Mammoth (California), MD Anderson Hospital (Houston), Oncology Center, Houston Methodist Hospital. For a complete list of my corporate clients, visit the "About" page of my website www.christineso.gallery/ To see videos of my artistic process, visit me on instagram at @christinesogallery I live in the woods in northern California looking out across the San Francisco Bay towards the hills of Marin, San Francisco and Angel Island. The distant blue hills of my “Faraway Hills” series are ever-present fixtures in my real life. Down below is the bay and above is an endless web of tree branches. Their silhouettes have etched themselves into my memory. My paintings and prints are always nature-inspired and nearly always monochromatic. Having spent a decade as a printmaker making woodcuts, linocuts, etchings, aquatints and monotypes, my mind works in monochrome. I focus on a single color, composition, positive and negative space, pattern, lines and shape. I currently work in two mediums, acrylic painting and cyanotypes, a form of camera-less photography. Cyanotypes are a 19th century form of lensless photography also known as photograms, blueprints and sun prints. They resemble block prints or etchings but use no ink nor printing press. Light “etches” the image on paper I had painted with light-sensitive chemicals. MY NEWEST SERIES OF ABSTRACT CYANOTYPES: My technique is a form of experimental photography, much like the action painters Morris Louis, who poured his veil paintings, or Jackson Pollock who dripped and drizzled his. My abstract cyanotypes are luminous like watercolor paintings but are actually photographs. Each is a multiple-exposure lensless photograph make through deliberate movements of the light-sensitive paper during exposure to light. 

Different sections of the paper were exposed to light for a longer or shorter time, yielding multiple shades of blue. Each abstract cyanotype is entirely unique. These same lines, shapes and shades of blue cannot be recreated as the exposure of the paper was heavily manipulated by me during each printing.

 A traditional single-exposure cyanotype yields a white silhouette against a dark blue background.

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