LYNNETTE MILLER

As a member of a large extended family living in rural Cymru (Wales) there is plenty to keep me busy and inspired. At the moment my creative practice involves the use of paint, textiles, stitch, photography, constructed spaces and found objects.
I Shall be using this site to show my own work and also the things which inspire and inform me, sometimes the work of others and sometimes images or words which I find.

My other blog is www.lynnettemiller.blogspot.com
Cecil Beaton, A welder works on the deck of a new ship, Tyneside, 1943 

Cecil Beaton, A welder works on the deck of a new ship, Tyneside, 1943 

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Grannie’s garden. A chair at the end of the overgrown path.
Photo. Adrianna Miller

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Grannie’s garden. A chair at the end of the overgrown path.

Photo. Adrianna Miller

untitled on Flickr.Photo. Lynnette Miller
Cyanotype from a photograph of a dried flower

untitled on Flickr.

Photo. Lynnette Miller
Cyanotype from a photograph of a dried flower

untitled on Flickr.Photo. Lynnette Miller
Cyanotype from a photograph of a dried flower on an old song book. I printed the negative version of the photo onto acetate and used that to make the cyanotype. The paper used for this cyanotype is tea stained squared paper.

untitled on Flickr.

Photo. Lynnette Miller
Cyanotype from a photograph of a dried flower on an old song book. I printed the negative version of the photo onto acetate and used that to make the cyanotype. The paper used for this cyanotype is tea stained squared paper.

untitled on Flickr.Photo. Lynnette Miller
Cyanotype from a photograph of a dried flower placed on the end paper of an old book. I printed the negative version of the photo onto acetate and used that to make the cyanotype. The paper used for this cyanotype is thick brown paper from a sketch book.

untitled on Flickr.

Photo. Lynnette Miller
Cyanotype from a photograph of a dried flower placed on the end paper of an old book. I printed the negative version of the photo onto acetate and used that to make the cyanotype. The paper used for this cyanotype is thick brown paper from a sketch book.

untitled on Flickr.Photo. Lynnette Miller
Cyanotype made from the negative version of a photograph printed onto acetate. The paper used for this cyanotype is tea stained squared paper.

untitled on Flickr.

Photo. Lynnette Miller
Cyanotype made from the negative version of a photograph printed onto acetate. The paper used for this cyanotype is tea stained squared paper.