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Alison Art Photography

Alison Art Photography
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Alison Art Photography offers botanical cyanotype prints for wall art and for home décor items such as pillows, lampshades, and textile wall hangings. A cyanotype is a camera-less photographic print. Sir John Herschel invented the process in 1842 and botanist Anna Atkins popularized the cyanotype process with her photograms of algae in England. I carry on Atkin’s legacy of botanical photography - for clients who want to enjoy the form and beauty of Midwestern plants year round in their homes.
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