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Wild Inks from Natural Pigments with Judi Pettite
Whether you forage or cultivate your palette, this course is designed to help you create artist inks for your practice. In this 3-hour class we'll discuss seasonal and regional colors, ease of use and longevity.

Our focus will be on water-based inks and the ingredients (vehicle) that help the color flow and retain their vibrancy. We’ll be using paper as our substrate, though cloth can also be used. (There will be a separate in depth class on hand painting with natural pigments on fibers in this series.)

Participants will be invited to submit questions. There will be 30-minute break midway through the webinar, and the webinar ends at 1:30 pm.

A materials list will be emailed to students within a month before the class.

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This webinar is part of a series that will be streaming live via Zoom from the Fibershed Learning Center, a multi-use space to demonstrate and provide hands-on connections to natural fiber and dye systems. The Learning Center will open in 2021 in Point Reyes Station, California, on the traditional and ancestral territory of the Coast Miwok and within the historic Black Mountain Ranch property.

Proceeds from each event support the class instructor and contribute to Fibershed for educational programming. A portion of the proceeds from each virtual event will also be shared with a local and mission-aligned non-profit organization, selected by the instructor. Currently scheduled online events are listed on our Learning Center page at fibershed.org/learningcenter

A video of the webinar will be made available to webinar registrants within approximately two weeks of the event.

Feb 13, 2021 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Judi Pettite
@BioHue
Judi Pettite started the BioHue project in 2006 to create plant-based pigments for use in her art practice. The project moved her beyond the studio and into the outdoors she loves. Through her workshops and products, Judi hopes to support and develop an interest in sustainable colors for artists.