Anthotype 


Anthotypes are considered one of the most environmentally friendly alternative printmaking techniques.
This process was originally invented by Mary Somerville (b.1780- 1872),Scottish scientist, writer, and polymath.
To make an anthotype you need to extract the light sensitive juices of the plant called 'emulsion',coat the paper and expose the photogram to sunlight using a simple contact frame.
These anthotypes are from photograms of my collaged photographs.I extracted the light sensitive juices from Horseradish leaves and exposed to sunlight on my studio glass door for three days.