Designs from Seed Pods and seeds

Golden silk painting uses Nigella seed pod in simple outlines, also featuring the centre pod-top as shadowed stars (seen from above).   The background dye for silk was Tasmanian Eucalyptus bark (collected from Hilliers arboretum in Hampshire, UK) which produced a very deep gold.  This dye seemed to overpower unusually more than any other plant dyes used on silk. Plenty of bark left for more.

Seeds and pods are a recent features in the author’s experimental design painting on silk and wood. The above panels were made into a bespoke garment for  Shamanic Nights ethical fashion.

Enlarging the shapes makes an interesting feature. Dye and printing processes are on the above linked page.

Photographs can be purchased in full size resolution and up to 55 inches wide. Please enquire amelia-jane-hoskins@protonmail.com (To be marketed in future when paper/material decided). Mural commissions taken for any image, or adaptation thereof. [Note for author: 'You can enable/disable content protection from Theme Options and customize this message too'].