This piece shows the natural pigments that I extracted last year, mostly from plants that were in my surrounding and garden. Birchleafs and willow, dahlia, hawthorn and tagetes and indigo. When I saw the dyed wools together it was a reflection of the plants and the dyeing. The colors form …
Spring in a slightly neglected old estate Reigersbergen. I have passed this tree multiple times, but I suddenly see a figure clinging herself to the trunk.
weaving with handspun grey scottish and donated white handspun.
altered piece Woven strips from a paper-felted sheet. I like the strong colors red and green and how they bleed and interfere when felting them. Cuts in the original sheet are fragmented to small pieces and take a new place on the surface. original sheet
Small weaving on the frame, and guilty pleasures: pink and white feathery things, all made from donated handspun. I have a vague plan for something more elaborated for both.
This is about feeling invisible like a shadow. In the crowd. Not finished. wool, organza, cotton thread
In the past I have dyed with my Japanese indigo plants when they were fresh. I have had good results with it, but I am not always ready to dye when the plants are ready. As an experiment I extracted the indigopigment from the fresh plants to dye with it …
a small thing with sheets of irisleaf- and hemppaper felted with wool and then written on with thread.