Cyanotype Crowdfunding Project for the Atlanta Beltline from Margaret Hiden & Rose M. Barron

"Botanical Dwellings will display silkscreened imagery of native and rare flora on two canopy-like installations as part of Art on the Atlanta Beltline. The silkscreened fabric panels will be created from original cyanotype photographs and will be cut into linear strips and fixed to a grid on a steel armature. Each blue and white panel will flow with the wind and mimic the movement of tall grasses that surround our installation site on the Beltline. The installation will serve as place for visitors to retreat and enjoy the organic forms. Botanical Dwellings seeks to educate visitors of Atlanta Beltline on the importance preservation and conservation by showcasing the area’s native and rare flora via the arts. Art on the Atlanta Beltline has awarded us $2,500. We are asking for your help to fund the remaining $2,200 in order for us to complete this project. To learn more about Art on the Atlanta Beltline please visit http://art.beltline.org/"

One Response to “Cyanotype Crowdfunding Project for the Atlanta Beltline from Margaret Hiden & Rose M. Barron”

  1. Jessyca Holland Says:

    Just FYI… The crowdfunding platform is a service provided by local arts incubator, C4 Atlanta. This is a great project and one of several fiscally sponsored projects under C4. Support the arts!

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