FEEDBACK FRIDAY: Madelaine Corbin - Shared screen with speaker view
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Wonderful thoughts and presentation! Are you thinking about working with colors that deepen with exposure to sunlight, like kakishibu or other dark tannins?
YES!! My brain just started vibrating
Many new things for me to think about. Thank you.
Amazing thoughts you’ve shared!
Bravo, very beautiful!!!! Thank you.
I am wondering how you made some dyes more lightfast and less lightfast in the last weaving. Are they the same dye materials?
Peter Gorse as a presenter !!
thank you , very informative and enriching my world of colour , especially blue .
WOW! Thank you, what interesting perspectives!
this is my first Feedback Friday session. Thank you Madelaine for giving me so much to think bout.
when you dyed wit cornflower did you use a mkrdant?
Hpe do you deter;mine it is a new or different blue?
Have you ever worked with dyes, pigments or inks that are intentionally disappearing with light or pH exposure?
Have you worked with kakishibu?
Are the orange and green from the cornflower more color fast than the Boyle’s blue you mentioned?
Your thoughts on fading remind me of Rowland Ricketts' current exhibition of used and faded indigo cloth.
I just got blue out of Sweet Williams...
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?
Did you dye with blue hydrangeas?
I had some weird color changes with Rhododendrons, too, ending in that weird gray green. Just blew my mind.
' a poetic indication of water ' !!!!!
Icelandic delphiniums are the most intense blue as seen there, lack of pollution maybe? Has it dye potential?
Hoe did the water infuse the woven material
I am blow away by your corn
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
Amazing talk and ideas. Keep exploring.
This is SOOOOO important!!! Thank you
Thank you so much
Thank you for a fantastic, informative presentation. I learned so very much today.
could you add the other book she spoke of at the start of the chat
does that green come up on cellulous too?
wonderful presentation, as ever. thank you! a deep trove of inspiration !!