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Clay Dyed Chabu - Iron Goddess

Clay Dyed Chabu - Iron Goddess

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This work is inspired by Japanese traditional dyeing technique called Dorozome which is a type of mud dyeing technique that originated from Southern Japan island Amami Oshima. 

I was stunned by the idea that soil and clay could color fabric so I asked potter Petr Novak for clay for dyeing and he gave me iron-rich clay, which he uses to make kettles.

And of course, this natural clay and low-impact dyes are combined with environmentally friendly fibers such as linen and cotton to create sustainable and colorful chabu.


Chabu is named after the oolong Tieguanyin which is named after the Chinese Iron Goddess of Mercy Guanyin :)

One side has more intense colors and patterns, another a bit paler. The photo shows several so you get an idea of the range of patterning. They are colorfast but may gently fade with time and exposure to sunlight. Each chabu is different and all beautiful.

Size 57 x 14 in // 145 x 35 cm.



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