Posts Tagged ‘Blueprints’

Reviewed: “Blueprints” at the Jewish Community Center

The use of the cyanotype—better known as the blueprint—dates back almost to photography’s birth, when it was used for cameraless botanical contact prints. The collaborative team of Susan Weil, an artist who got her start in the Abstract Expressionist days of the 1950s, and Jose Betancourt, an Alabama-based art professor, is the latest to revive [...]