We had a fabulous weekend for the last Maine Event.
The "plan" for the weekend was to dye our kakishibu fabric and hang to dry so we could have them ready for the next day for creating marks. I always have an indigo vat if anyone want to dip. The vat won out and we didn't dye the fabric til the end of the day. It turned into an all day indigo marathon. There were only inches of indigo left in the vat at the end of the day.
Reminded Marcella and I of "Christina's World" if you are familiar with Andrew Wyeth's painting below.
Pretty photo of Marcella
Rayon Lawn scarf
How many times have I posted this type of photo? Indigo frenzie
Batiking before an indigo dip.
More batik and two people from "witness protection" who didn't want their faces shown.
Batik with wax applied with a plastic knife. She did a lot of images on cloth along this line (no pun)
Congratulations to you and the ladies. You did a great work. The results are fabulous. What's next?ReplyDelete
Thanks Carmina. I have one more workshop this year then I will start painting after a summer off. Looking forward to it!!Delete
Love all the work! Looks like the temps must be getting down back there... long sleeves & jeans! Sounds like you all had a great weekend... sadReplyDelete
that it's the last, but I get how much work goes into doing them.
You can't imagine!!! I have to get lunches ready as well as all the supplies we'll need. It doesn't sound like much but I am exhausted doing it all lone.Delete
If I were there, I would have been your "gofer". I take direction well, and like being a "doer"! ;-)ReplyDelete
Oh trust me. You would have been so busy making stuff you wouldn't have had time to gofer anything but more fabric!!! heheheheDelete
And I love how you go with the flow, there are so many possible directions for your workshops!ReplyDelete
Trust me when I say I know I am not in charge. Letting people go in their own direction is a gift to them.Delete