Daily Archives: March 18, 2014

What I’ve been Singing: She’s Like The Swallow

From Newfoundland and Labrador Studies: “…an old Canadian folksong of English origins. Its first and still the most important primary printing was in folk song collector and dance teacher Maud Karpeles’ 1934 songbooks, with R. Vaughan Williams’ setting of the … Continue reading

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On My Worktable: Revealing the Invisible: Methylene Blue and Malachite Green

Some cells and grids. I’m playing around with a couple of the colours I bought a while back, Methylene Blue and Malachite Green.

Both are blue in dilution. Both have a variety of uses. My interest is in how they might be used to reveal what is otherwise invisible. Continue reading

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