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Category Archives: Indigo Dyeing
Highlights: Chandeliers and Sculptural lighting of the Woodford Folk Festival.
Kez Howell designs the amazing chandeliers and sculptural lanterns for the Woodford Folk Festival. These ingenious creations adorn the venues, lakes and walkways. Kez Howell and Cliff Salaun sculpt, forge, weld, print, paint, dye sew then run the electricity through … Continue reading
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into the blue
Indigo: complicated and unpredictable, irresistable shades of blue. Making new from old with my indigo pot, with bizarre transformations from green to blue. Shibori: the art of clamping, pleating, transforming and twisting fabric to create and repeat pattern. http://rawart.com.au/product/shibori-indigo-pot
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Rusty Roo Artist retreat
A weekend at Rusty Roo artist retreat collecting leaves for printing onto scarves. I was very happy to see how well the leaves from the property printed onto the material. Brewing the pots on a fire that Cameron built for … Continue reading
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Shibori at Raw Art West End.
I brewed up and indigo vat, and we wrapped, folded and painted the silk and cotton with resist pastes. Then the pieces were oxidised in the air to deepen the blues, Photos from a Shibori session at Raw Art. There … Continue reading
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All the porcelain jewellery in my collection begin as images in my journal, which I print, shape, glaze and fire to make into jewellery. After much making, my work is now in these shops: Kickarts Gallery Cairns– gallery of contemporary … Continue reading
Posted in ceramics, Fabric printing, Indigo Dyeing, jewellery, paisley, porcelain printing, printing on ceramic, printmaking, screen printing, silk painting, silk printing, vegetable prints, wearable art Tagged artisan Brisbane, blue porcelain jewellery, broken china jewellery, made in Brisbane, printed porcelain, printmaking, screenprinting Comments Off on Popping up
A morning of resist printing with an indigo vat with my fabric printing class at Brisbane Institute of Art.
Posted in Fabric printing, Indigo Dyeing, printmaking, silk printing Tagged indigo prints, indigo resist prints Comments Off on Indigo printing
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