Teacher of pigment making and researching, soap making, quick cheeses, cooking, and scribal, formerly of dance, card weaving, etc AS XXX/1996 - present
Archery Marshal AS XLIII/2008 - present
Northern Regional Archery Commander AS XLVI/2012 - AS LII/2018 moved to
Lt. at Lg 2018
Pigment Researcher, grower and experimenter
Apprentice to Mistress Isabel Chamberlain AS L and since she moved away she'll allow me to carry on as a "free-range, apprentice to the world" (Turner, personal e-mail 2018)!
This is Adrienne d'Evreus' blog. It is a brain dump for my experiments, theories and references concerning my quest to learn how medieval scribes made and used their paints, dyes and other pigments and stuff.
Awards and Commendations:
A&S Queen's choice for Heathen Peas at Crown AS XLIX (1997?)
People's Choice A&S for Saffron Water at Hadchester Caristia ('15/AS XLIX)
LadyBug token for the Iris experiments, GNEW XXIX (2015)
Inducted into the Order of The Silver Brooch AS L (2016)
Apprenticed to Mistress Isabel Chamberlaine AS L (2016)
Inducted into the Order of the Maunche (2017)
Republished in East Kingdom Gazette Arts & Sciences Research Paper #9: Making green paint medievally with spring irises and fall buckthorn berries.
Republished in Tournaments Illuminated issue 202