It was finally sunny and warm today at the farm. The luffa gourds and bird house gourds have been seed started and are doing great. Today I went into my art studio to make a gourd requested by a client. I love the approach of keeping the natural colors visible in the gourd where the … Continue reading Had A Fun Time Creating A Custom Gourd For A Client Today – From Our Gourds
My daughter and I have been delving deeply into eco-dyeing - using natural materials from our farm to create art for apparel and more. I posted recently how we used the black walnut hulls at our farm to create a gorgeous natural walnut dye and indigo. Today we did a photo shoot of the final … Continue reading Creating Beauty At HiBar Ranch – How Our Eco-Dyeing Worked Out & More
Today my daughter and I made natural dyes using indigo and our black walnut husks from our farm. We did it over a wood cook stove to heat the walnut husks for several hours. This was the result of our days work.
Today was a fun day creating with my daughter who runs a company out of our multi-generational farm. Her company is called ReWild Co. and you can go to her website at re-wild-company.com. It is a lifestyle company with apparel, apothecary and wildcrafting/home decor that connects people back to - stay raw stay wild. We … Continue reading Organic Buttermilk Goat Soap Making Today & Designed A Black Walnut Hourglass
2021 is here! Wow, today is the start of a whole new year. I am happy about that. We grow gourds for art that we sell and you will see them in local galleries in the near future. I wanted to take some time to show you, as today is the start of a whole … Continue reading Creating Indigenous Gourd Art At Our Farm