The Peasant Paints. Images include paintings for the exhibition “The Peasants are Revolting!”, at Annely Juda Fine Art, London, in 2017. Paintings were made on top of mordant-printed and dyed calicoes, in plant and earth pigments in egg tempera. Dividing the space were what I call “pleitas,” long thin paintings on panel with plant and earth pigments in a weave pattern. Woad was growing in a raised bed, which was harvested for a performance demonstrating making Maya blue.