Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Garam Masala

The wonderful colours of Hundertwasser were so fun to work with. I set out to 'Hundertwasser' the facade of our house but ended up working from a picture of my daughter's dog, Garam Masala. Using  Steam-A-Seam II is my preferred method of appliqué. The wavy quilting lines and lollipop flowers were inspiration from several of Hundertwasser's paintings. 



10 comments:

  1. Wow!! Great interpretation of color and fabric a la Hundertwasser!

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  2. A fun interpretation not only using his colours and shapes but incorporating something very different. Great fabrics as Venetta said.

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  3. Great portrait of Garam Masal. I like your twist on the challenge - and the use of a bit of Kaffe Fassett (?) fabric for his collar - clever!

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  4. That is a different angle to the challenge. Great job.

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  5. What more can I say than this is a triumph of dog plus hunterwasser! Love everything about it.

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  6. Colleen, you always come up with a great twist to our challenges. The dog is gorgeous, and the background is perfect to complement it.

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  7. What a delightful picture of your daughters dog and cleverly placed in front of an Hundertwasser backdrop.I really like it.

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  8. Lovely twist. It really makes me smile.

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  9. I love this piece. The colours you have used for the dog contrast so beautifully with the background, yet neither overwhelms the other. Great name for a dog too!

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