|8 Feb 2004|| Alexandra Morris|
mmm, textile art...
The little bleed throughs give this picture a sense of life, as if it was a thing in motion that you happenned to capture a still of. In ironic contrast to the other Calenthes present here, esp given the serene blues and greens, I do somehow get a feeling of malevolence from this goddess, though. Might be the chance dye bleed into her face that resembles a single squinting eye. She is a well rounded deity I s'pose, can't have compassion without crossness
I never pictured her as cross, but no-one is in the best of mood when hot wax is being dribbled on them.
|13 Oct 2008|| Amiie (age 12)|Wow thats impressive we are learning about batik and creating our own batik at school...
i wish mine would end up as good as that piece but it probly won’t... im speechless its soooo amazing!!! its hard using the tjanhing tool... nevermind being that good
|23 Oct 2008|| Lydia stephanie Barker|
this is so very cool. have not seen fabic dyed art like this before, great job!!
|4 Oct 2009|| Ash|
I really like this picture , im doing my Junior Cert this year and have to do a bit about Batiks and printmaking and i think that this picture is beautiful ^-^
|23 May 2010|| Candy|
I did a textiles course not long ago and really enjoyed batik,was a little scary at first with the wax,what type of wax did you use though?,the product we had didnt crack well, Anyway this is a realy great example of the technique,the colours are beautiful.
|28 Jul 2010|| Silvannen Mystic Dragonrider Gerrard|
This is really cool. She gives off a watery feel to me....is she a sea goddess?