One of VisArts’ 2018 Bresler resident artists, Liz Donadio, set out on foot during her residency to investigate and document the natural habitats and human-made structures of a section of Rock Creek Park close to Rockville. Donadio documented portions of the park through lumen printing. Lumen prints are a camera-less photographic process that use silver gelatin paper, sunlight, and time. Learn about the origins of this traditional technique and make your own unique prints, while walking along Rock Creek at Croydon Nature Center. An expert in Rockville’s watershed will help us identify native and non-native plants as well as sites of erosion and restoration. Have an immersive experience in nature and come away with one-of-a-kind prints.
To learn more about Donadio’s residency, click HERE.
Meet us at Rock Creek at Croyden Center, located at: 852 Avery Rd, Rockville, MD 20851
In case of inclement weather, you will receive an e-mail at 9 AM the day of, confirming the location of this workshop.
IF we do not meet at Rock Creek Park, we will meet at VisArts’ Kaplan Gallery on the 2nd floor instead.