TheWaytoBlue

Botanically inspired blue and white home and giftware.

Conwy, Wales
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Announcement    Delicate blue and white designs originating in the Cyanotype process - a unique range of fine bone china mugs (270ml & 350ml available in each of 5 designs), Cyanotype tea light holders, decorative vases, greetings cards and Cyanotype embroidery hoops. Please contact me if you'd like any more information about my work or help placing an order.
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Last updated on 06 Dec, 2022

Delicate blue and white designs originating in the Cyanotype process - a unique range of fine bone china mugs (270ml & 350ml available in each of 5 designs), Cyanotype tea light holders, decorative vases, greetings cards and Cyanotype embroidery hoops. Please contact me if you'd like any more information about my work or help placing an order.
Happy shopping! x

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About TheWaytoBlue

Sales 593
On Etsy since 2012

In a beautiful valley full of bird song and rolling hills, there is a house with a blue door nestled on a hillside. In this sweet place to be Sarah Middleton draws inspiration for 'The Way to Blue'.

Sarah’s bird’s eye view with the butterflies is a joyful celebration of nature. Influenced by her love of the British countryside from her Shropshire roots growing up in a house nestled in the forest, time spent living close to nature in a caravan by a fisherman's cottage, to now - the beautiful Conwy valley in North Wales. On the edge of Snowdonia her visual playground is now mountainous and coastal where her imagination and creativity are free to run wild.

Sarah’s most recent works are created using the old photographic process of cyanotype invented by Sir John Herschel in 1841. A light sensitive solution is applied to watercolour paper, objects or negatives layered on then exposed to sunlight, the solution is then rinsed off and the paper dried, fixing the image in glorious blue tones.

“As an artist I have always been drawn to the colour blue and its associations with nature and the infinite. I have also strived to capture light in my work so upon discovering the cyanotype technique I was hooked by its many possibilities”

Sarah uses this technique to capture our delight and wonder in the intricacies and uniqueness of nature.

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  • Sarah Middleton

    Owner, Creator, Designer

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Last updated on 12 Sep, 2020

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