wow, what great color differentiation.
The color of sun-bleached grass is my very favorite. Adding in the blue gray sky creates heaven.
Most spectacular! The scenery and the dye results. Quite a dramatic sky too!
i say WOW. and more. fabulous dye results. glorious photo of mansfield.
Yes, SPECTACULAR on both counts! The fabric shown here - cotton?
the fabric is wool, a quite fine wool muslin [available from www.beautifulsilks.com] and the sample was produced by a deeply delighted studentno mordants were used in the process but due to the magic of eucalyptus it's entirely colourfast
Thank you! Wool...wow, so sheer, just lovely...no wonder the student was thrilled - I would have been over the moon!
that first photo is a tapestry. and *what* a dye job. your student must be dancing.
What a magic moment for the student unwrapping that incredible colour modulation and precision of the prints. I'm extatic just looking at if, she must have been over the moon.Love your shot of the Mansfield hinterland.
Fantastic colour in that leaf print India. What a delight...xt
aussie colour and shape .. lovely
I'm new to your blog. My husband's family hails from Mansfield. The Redferns, O'Briens, the Cumminses. It's wonderful to see what you make from the land, so diffrent from my husband's ancestors who came there and ploughed the earth in Mansfiled in the late 1800's and early 1900s. It is truly wonderful country.