Posts With Tag 'Darius Homay'
Posted on September 28th, 2012 by paularath

My indigo dyeing teacher, Darius Homay, taught a weekend workshop at the Donkey Mill Arts Center in Holualoa on the Big Island last weekend. I am so impressed with the work his students produced! They are obviously accomplished shibori dyers. Shibori is a flexible art form. Some methods require tremendous patience, skill and hand sewing;
…Continue reading

Posted on September 2nd, 2012 by paularath

    I am fortunate to be part of a small cadre of passionate indigo lovers. We meet on occasional Sundays in the home of Darius Homay, a prominent Honolulu textile artist who painstakingly cares for an indigo vat in his backyard. Trust me, keeping up an indigo vat is not an easy thing to
…Continue reading

Posted on July 25th, 2011 by paularath

Yesterday marked the opening of Darius Homayounpour’s one-man show, “Blue Feet: Tales from the Life of an Indigo Dyer” at Hawaii Pacific University Art Gallery. It was Darius who first introduced me to the magic of indigo and I am forever grateful. His indigo vat holds magic for me and has been a boon to
…Continue reading

Posted on July 29th, 2010 by paularath

Readers have been asking me what I’ve been up to since The Advertiser closed on June 6. The short answer is: LOTS! The longer answer involves lots of art, lots of exercise, lots of friends and lots of travel planning. All good fun stuff. It’s also been wonderful to spend more time with my husband.
…Continue reading