Been gone so long I won’t try to backtrack. Just enough to say I’ve turned into an ecoprinting maniac…
My last post–August 10–captured an experiment. There have been many in the interim. Many flops and enough success to keep me hooked. But I’m better at turning the uglies into o.k. images.
Too much has happened in six weeks. Too much to say. Too much to blather on about. Better to just let the pictures reveal the moments, for now.
But just one thing–thank you to Cynthia–and Marti. Grace. And Liz.
My head has been in the trees. And I have been in the forest.
Natural Dye Workshop
with Dede Styles (in blue)–an amazing, amazing woman
Yellows from fall asters, broom sedge and black oak bark.
Celebrating Logan’s 9th birth
and a pic he took yesterday
Mostly close-ups of some ecoprints on silk
And on Sept. 19th we had an amazing collaborative fiber/tea sale–with
…Sumitra–purveyor of fine teas–
…Sister Jennifer the Weaver.
…Heather from Scotland…a fine, fine artist…with some of her t’s.
…my first born…Emily with some of her many creations
…and me…holding blue
Finally– today’s sky…
with last week’s indigo.
If you’ve taken the time to gaze here, thank you. A big, big thank you. Sorry some of the images won’t open larger–and there seem to be some crossed wires embedded in this posting itself…but the cauldron calls….