Cyanotype Wall Hanging

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by Caitlin Parker

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Artist Statement

These cyanotypes are like a time capsule of summer. Flowers and ferns are gathered and pressed. The summer sun prints their shapes and details onto linen, where they are captured in blue to enjoy all year. The final results feel more dreamlike than a photograph. The process goes beyond capturing a specific moment, and instead infuses the linen with a special alchemy between plants and the sun.

Why We Love It

The linen that Parker has chosen for these wall hangings is the perfect host for their untamed organicism. Irregular itself, it reveals its contours and pretty imperfections as it’s draped, stretched, or handled. Carefully stitched and finished off with a brass dowel hanger, each Cyanotype Wall Hanging is one-of-a-kind and ready to hang.

These Cyanotype Wall Hangings are our sixth(!) project with the ever-impressive Parker, who has perfected her practice of botanical artmaking across many mediums. Her debut 20x200 print editions, Catskill Prairie and Bi-coastal, showcase her penchant for plantlife and skillful mastery of cyanotype printing. From printing to painting, Parker dazzled collectors with her Flower Stamped Linen Panels and wistful watercolor work of Salton Sea. And let us not forget that time she took us to the moon!


+ 26" x 16"
+ This item is final sale and not eligible for discount or return.
+ Limit of two wall hangings per collector.


Cyanotype on linen with brass dowel hanger

Caitlin Parker

Caitlin Parker is a multidisciplinary artist and curator. Since receiving her BA from the Slade School of Fine Art, London and her MFA in painting from Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College, Parker has exhibited her work in New York, California, Nevada, the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy. She has had solo shows at Wave Hill, Bronx, NY; Michael Steinberg Fine Art, NYC; and Rhodes and Mann Gallery, London. She has been the recipient of the Rodney Burn Prize, Bard College MFA fellowship, and Jerome Foundation Travel and Study Grant, which took her to conduct research... Read More
and photograph Ukraine’s Chernobyl site. She was recently in residency at the studios at MASS MoCA. She grew up in Northern California and currently lives and works in Los Angeles.
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