Monday, 18 June 2012

Slike - Photos






Končno sem prišla do slik moje barvane volne, ki so - vsaj v mojih očeh - zares lepe in vrhunske kakovosti. Seveda jih nisem posnela jaz, ampak g. Tomo Jeseničnik, in sicer za katalog Podobe rokodelske ustvarjalnosti, ki je bil izdan v sodelovanju slovenskih in avstrijskih organizacij za domačo in umetnostno obrt.
At last I obtained pictures of my dyed wool that look  - at least to my eyes - very beautiful and of top quality. Of course, I didn't take them myself; it is Mr. Tomo Jeseničnik that contributed the pictures for the catalogue representing the works of some Slovenian and Austrian Art-n-Crafters.

7 comments:

Martine said...

Hallo Ladka, long time no see. You still make the most beautiful colors.
XXXm

Vlaďka said...

Really beautiful colors!

Ladka said...

Martine, it's not that I'd stopped dyeing - it's only that I'm nearly always so disappointed when I compare the pictures of the dyed wool with the yarn in its real beauty, and I don't publish it. I've been told that the pictures are okay, even very good, still they so often don't do justice to real colours :-(

MotherOwl said...

Ladka, YES! The yarn colours are so often vibrant, clear and beautiful. When you take a picture they're all saddened, as if dipped in an iron afterbath. Especially the lovey greens you taught me how to get from St. John's Worth, they come out brownish, yellowish and downrigth ugly.

Cecilia N said...

Very nice pictures!
What herbs/trees are involved?

Ladka said...

Cecilia, I can't say fro sure because the skeins were dyed some time ago and forwarded fot photographing in last year. Anyway, the green were flowers of St. John's wort (today's saint john the Baptist's flower) first dipping, the strong yellow on the right were also St. john's wort floweers - third dip, the browns were frem green walnuts, and I can't say for the others two. Hope this helps. And how did your avocado come out?

Cecilia N said...

I have to write about it in the blog someday.