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FEEDBACK FRIDAY: Heidi Gustafson - Shared screen with speaker view
Pallu B
18:23
What an audience! Heidi💕💕
Juliarose Triebes
18:54
Did Kathy get a haircut?! 😍
Belinda Blignaut
19:28
Hello Heidi! Im so excited to hear you
Robin Bundi
19:42
Very excited about this one!!!
Dorieke Schreurs
19:49
hi Heidi, so good to see you!!
Amy DuFault
57:12
Questions here!!
Amber Gregory
57:16
What are some ways we could use ochres to connect with our ancestors?
Lauren Tisza
57:39
Did someone place the ochre in the robin egg, most likely?
Margaret Beck
57:57
How can we send you ochre? (Ive been collecting Cretaceous material from NE)
Savia Mahajan
58:30
Hello all from India :)
Lisa Leporati
58:47
tell us about those black pieces hanging on the wall
michelle gannes
58:48
these elements could probably be collected from what comes down the rivers to the beach, right?
Teri Power
59:06
Can you tell us how you use the wheat as the binder? Do you use flour or grind the grains from the plant into a flour?
Pallu B
59:18
Heidi! This was amazing, can you tell what kind of ochre do you find the most in Seattle area? What color is it?
miss polly
59:20
can you please talk a bit about your current dialogue // interest // relationship // alliance // delvings with chamomile? thank you!! your presentation holds such heft :: potent land-based poetry,
Savia Mahajan
59:23
When you mix wheat water in the ocher does it tend to catch fungus?
Alia Shahab
59:42
So all earth/ soil and rock based pigments are made from Ochre?
Teri Power
59:51
Also i find soy milk works really well as a binder of ochres to fabric.
Ellery Kimball
01:00:01
I’d love to hear about Vivianite and spruce cones and other unique finds
Amy Tucker
01:00:19
Would love to know more about your vision for the sanctuary
Kristin Freeman
01:00:32
Fantastic presentation! I learned so very much and will definitely watch again and again.
maggie simonelli
01:00:58
Loved all ochre ! Super interesting talk
michelle gannes
01:01:11
I've seen one of these presentations from a collection of ochras being collected in a very scientific lab....does anyone have that info again?
Alia Shahab
01:01:15
At writing on stone national park in Canada I learned Red Ochre is a sacred material and color that required special rights to use, how do you navigate using red ochre?
Sandra
01:01:31
Fantastic talk, thank you
Miriam Koshy
01:01:49
touched by your Ochre Altars and your spiritual connection to them
Ashly Nandong
01:02:36
Yes! love how spirituality is interweaved into the whole narrative
Susan Gazell
01:03:03
Your studio is my dream!
Kristina Montoya-Haas
01:03:07
For those just starting out, do you have a recommended book for beginner ochre researchers?
Michele OReilly
01:03:45
Do seashells contain ochre?
Alia Shahab
01:04:12
can you speak a bit about the different qualities of some of the binders you use? what are some of the main ones you use and how do they differ in quality, longevity, permanance…
Savia Mahajan
01:04:28
What was your 1st experience with Ocher and what made you embark on this journey
Lydia Garcia
01:04:58
To anyone: Any resources for exploring binders? In Texas am interested in the soy milk option, but know we have so many options too, but struggling to start.
Anne Mavor
01:05:03
How do you honor the place while still taking ochres?
Dorieke Schreurs
01:05:25
@michelle Oreilly, seashells mainly contain calcium carbonate...which makes a beautiful white pigment, but is not an ochre
Hannah Hirsekorn
01:06:20
Can you discuss how you are thinking about the smelting process and extraction of iron from rock?
Joan LeClair
01:07:36
Can yarn (wool or cotton) be dyed with ochre pigment?
Jill Beaumont
01:08:44
Can you talk more about Vivianite?
Marie Rounsavell
01:08:47
This has been so fascinating and I know I’m going to love re-watching it a few times to take it all in again!
Michele OReilly
01:09:01
Thank you Dorie
Ann Aket
01:10:12
Such an informative presentation, I have learned so much, my head is buzzing! I want to watch it over again to take it all in. Thank you. From Ann Suffolk U.K.
Karen Doyle
01:10:29
Thanks Heidi, I love seeing your slides
Teri Power
01:10:58
Listening to Heidi is such a satisfying experience…she brings us to think in fresh ways and deep ways…thank you!
Martha Heller
01:11:05
spectacular talk. a world to inspire and explore!
Martha Heller
01:11:09
Thank you!!!
Amy Tucker
01:11:36
A sensorium - I love this concept
czarina lobo
01:11:44
Amazing! Just loving being here. You are wise Heidi
Marilyn Joyce
01:11:51
Deeply appreciate your beautiful presentation. Thank you!
miss polly
01:12:01
are you familiar w. Wolfgang laib's work with his foraged pollen ??
Amy Tucker
01:12:06
Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and vision.
Lorraine Nielsen
01:12:18
Spiritually inspiring--thank you, Heidi!
Patricia Massie
01:12:19
beautiful work. thank you so much for sharing.
Kerstin Gren
01:12:21
Hi Heidi! This is so inspiring! Thank you so much for giving this to us ochre people.
Laurie Jones
01:12:24
Thank you so much...and thanks to Botanical Colors too!
Hyojin Yoo
01:12:59
Thank you so much! It was really an eye opening for me :-)
Judy Newland
01:13:17
lovely - thanks
Jenn Pearson
01:13:23
Thank you so much for your beautiful work Heidi, that was wonderful. Woo woo away! I can’t wait to experience your ochre cave. So exciting.
brece honeycutt
01:13:28
pure magic!
miss polly
01:13:34
deep-rooted gratitude !!
Gika Rector
01:13:35
Thanks. This was amazing. :-)
Meneley Fran
01:13:36
Thank you so much!
Madisen Judge
01:13:37
thank you so much!!
Amy Tucker
01:13:43
Land art collective on IG has a lot of people who might be inspiring for the creation of your sanctuary
Erin Whelchel
01:13:44
Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful moment with us, Heidi and Botanical Colors.
Kristina Montoya-Haas
01:13:49
💙💙💙💙this was amazing. Thank you for your knowledge🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 and presence!
Emily Gherard
01:13:54
Thank you so much! Amazing!
Savia Mahajan
01:14:00
Wonderful Heiidi , Thank you for sharing your Ocher journey and vision. All the best to you, keep the magic alive.Thank you Botanical colours for all these enriching sessions.
Janey Chang
01:14:16
So wonderful to hear you talk about your ochre love Heidi! I LOVE YOU!
Paule Hewlett
01:14:17
Thank you! Fascinating!
Susan Owens
01:14:17
what is Heidi's IG name?
Monique Sidy
01:14:34
SOOOO vast on So many levels! Loved the presentation. Thank you. Will watch again!
Janey Chang
01:14:35
IG @heidilynnheidilynn
Lisa Leporati
01:14:35
thanks heidi,can't wait to visit your studio someday! brilliant
Christi york
01:14:40
is that a Zoom class Kathy?
Lauren Tisza
01:14:41
@heidilynnheidilynn I think is her Instagram :)
Amy DuFault
01:14:43
Thanks Janey
Amy DuFault
01:14:50
Yes a zoom class!!
Brenda MerrickHavlice
01:15:02
Thank you!
Lauren Tisza
01:15:02
https://instagram.com/heidilynnheidilynn?utm_medium=copy_link
Alka Mathur
01:15:16
Thank you. This was absolutely wonderful
Amy DuFault
01:15:20
All workshops here! https://botanicalcolors.com/product-category/workshops/
Christi york
01:15:43
thanks!
Amy DuFault
01:15:55
All books Kathy is talking about: https://botanicalcolors.com/product-category/gifts/
Siri Larsen
01:15:59
Such an emotional and resonant time with you, and the others here. Inspiring, too. Thank you.
Amy DuFault
01:16:16
I agree Siri :)
Kerstin Zurbrigg
01:16:41
Thank you for sharing your world—what a beautiful practice…
Juliana Bedoya
01:17:19
Thanks so much for this amazing presentation!!!
Adrienn Görgényi
01:17:26
Thank you!!!
Alia Shahab
01:17:34
Thank you :)
Adrienne Butler
01:17:39
Thank you so much!!!
Jeni Skuk
01:17:53
Thank you Heidi!
Alice Chittenden
01:18:00
Thanks so much! Great
Mary Jaeger
01:18:03
Remarkable! Thank you so much!
Teague Napier
01:18:25
Thank you!!
Ashly Nandong
01:18:27
Thank you so incredibly much Heidi! Love to Botanical Colors! Ohm Shanti Shanti Ohm! blessings and love!
Angela Adams
01:19:45
Thank you. Wonderfully inspiring presentation!
Christi york
01:19:52
Thanks so much for this!
Betty Eilat
01:21:01
thank you so much! we have many ochre colors here, in Israel
Belinda Blignaut
01:21:44
Thank you Heidi x
Diane Becker
01:21:52
So happy to see you all again