|T Laurin, Canoes and Lillypads, prototype with hand colouring, 2014|
I began by choosing images that I responded to and reminded me of my time growing up on Georgian Bay. Many of the images were beginning to degrade which ties into my print practice. I would layer various images and scan them together, creating a new visual narrative. From there, I would create photo transfers onto japanese tissues and begin to stain the resulting image. When I was pleased with the image development I would then affix the tissue (chine colle) onto cotton paper.