Having the Moon for Company

Louise Long
Cyanotype on paper, mounted onto acrylic, each unique
A moonlight-exposed cyanotype of the Egg Moon. A cyanotype is a photographic method involving the application of a specific chemical to a material, in this case, paper, and exposing it to light. Louise uses the natural light of the full moon to create her work and for this first series for Infinite Multiple she has used broken egg shells -symbols of the arrival of spring, which gives April's moon its title of the Egg Moon. These eggshells create an image, both composed and serendipitous, manifesting a link between the earth and the moon in an epic act of celestial mark making. Each print in this series is unique.
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