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FEEDBACK FRIDAY: Madelaine Corbin - Shared screen with speaker view
amy dufault
46:31
Put your questions for Madelaine here :)
Kathy Hattori
47:26
Wonderful thoughts and presentation! Are you thinking about working with colors that deepen with exposure to sunlight, like kakishibu or other dark tannins?
Michele OReilly
47:57
YES!! My brain just started vibrating
amy dufault
48:09
Agreed
Jan Mostrom
48:12
Many new things for me to think about. Thank you.
Amy Skewes-Cox
48:26
Amazing thoughts you’ve shared!
Kristina Montoya
48:33
Bravo, very beautiful!!!! Thank you.
Jan Mostrom
48:59
I am wondering how you made some dyes more lightfast and less lightfast in the last weaving. Are they the same dye materials?
Louise Yale
49:14
Peter Gorse as a presenter !!
diane daoust
49:21
thank you , very informative and enriching my world of colour , especially blue .
Liz Keen
49:25
WOW! Thank you, what interesting perspectives!
Alice Chittenden
49:55
this is my first Feedback Friday session. Thank you Madelaine for giving me so much to think bout.
leslie leonard
50:52
when you dyed wit cornflower did you use a mkrdant?
leslie leonard
52:05
Hpe do you deter;mine it is a new or different blue?
Kathy Hattori
53:01
Have you ever worked with dyes, pigments or inks that are intentionally disappearing with light or pH exposure?
Judy Smith
53:25
Have you worked with kakishibu?
Jan Mostrom
53:32
Are the orange and green from the cornflower more color fast than the Boyle’s blue you mentioned?
Lesley Ham
53:47
Your thoughts on fading remind me of Rowland Ricketts' current exhibition of used and faded indigo cloth.
Joan Harrison
53:55
I just got blue out of Sweet Williams...
Hilary Baker
57:21
When dyeing do you take into account the water you use or document where the water comes from. lf so what have you learned about it?
Susan Terrill
57:42
Did you dye with blue hydrangeas?
Deanna Wilkes-Gibbs
58:55
I had some weird color changes with Rhododendrons, too, ending in that weird gray green. Just blew my mind.
miss polly
01:01:12
' a poetic indication of water ' !!!!!
Janet Barbieri
01:04:10
Icelandic delphiniums are the most intense blue as seen there, lack of pollution maybe? Has it dye potential?
leslie leonard
01:04:17
Hoe did the water infuse the woven material
Hilary Baker
01:05:25
I am blow away by your corn
Hilary Baker
01:06:18
oops
Diane Becker
01:07:21
I love the idea of creating using the fugitive and transient color to create pattern… that lightfast is not the only value that can be appreciated
kathy green
01:08:08
Amazing talk and ideas. Keep exploring.
Joan Harrison
01:08:11
This is SOOOOO important!!! Thank you
Brenda MerrickHavlice
01:08:15
Thank you!
Judy Smith
01:08:18
Totally profound!
Kim Merritt
01:08:38
Thank you so much
Kristin Freeman
01:09:00
Thank you for a fantastic, informative presentation. I learned so very much today.
kimm branch
01:09:22
could you add the other book she spoke of at the start of the chat
kimm branch
01:10:35
does that green come up on cellulous too?
miss polly
01:12:42
wonderful presentation, as ever. thank you! a deep trove of inspiration !!