Building #2

Building #2 art piece on Watercolor paper

Irma Bohórquez-Geisler

My aim is to create artwork that is atmospheric, and celebrates the natural world as I explore tree shapes, vegetation, foliage, textures, and water in different environments. There is an element of mystery and chance with each new piece, and I enjoy the process of experimenting with new materials and techniques. The images are cyanotypes, a blueprint-based process that turns the paper a brilliant Prussian blue. Cyanotype is an alternative photographic printing process that produces blueprints using coated paper and light. The process was invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842, shortly after the method was used by botanist Anna Atkins to illustrate the first book of its kind, Cyanotypes of British and Foreign Flowering Plants and Ferns, in 1843.

Building #2, 2022

Artist – Irma Bohórquez-Geisler
Medium – Cyanotype on Watercolor Paper
Size – 8.5″ high x 11″ wide



The architectural landscape of the shapes, forms, and textures of buildings fascinates me.


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Q: What forms of payment do you accept?

A: All payments will be made through the artist. When you received notice about your inquiry, if the piece is still available for purchase you will receive a list of their accepted forms of payment (Venmo, Cashapp, Zelle, or PayPal).

Q: Will you ship my piece to me?

A: We will not be shipping any pieces. Once a piece has been purchased, we will coordinate the pick of the item at our community center. The Bernie Wohl Center is located at 647 Columbus Ave, NY, NY 10025.

Q: How does my purchase benefit the W.H.A.M Festival and the Community Arts Program?

A: The artists have pledged to donate 50% of the sale price to the Community Arts program. The W.H.A.M. Festival serves as Goddard Riverside Community Arts Program’s annual charitable fundraising drive that jointly supports our presented artists and the future of our programs, including PAC, the Performing Arts Conservatory summer program offering 100% tuition-free professional training in music, dance, and drama for young performers.

Q: Will I receive a gift receipt of my purchase for tax purposes?

A: No. All payments will go through the artists directly, not Goddard Riverside.


Q: What forms of payment do you accept?

A: Irma Bohórquez-Geisler accepts Venmo as a form of payment for this piece. If you have inquired, please allow up to 48 hours for a response. If accepted, you will then receive any additional information you need to complete the transaction through Venmo.


Acquiring your Piece

All pieces will be coordinated for pick up at our community center once payment has been confirmed. The Bernie Wohl Center is located at 647 Columbus Ave, NY, NY 10025. We do not ship any of the pieces.

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