Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Windows

There were so many different ways to approach this artist!  I decided to be influenced by his paintings of buildings - I liked the wonky grids that he created. 

Here is mine: 


based on one of many paintings like this:


11 comments:

  1. Another clever interpretation by taking one aspect of his drawing. I like it.

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  2. The curvy black quilting lines make it. A simple and elegant interpretation of the artist.

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  3. Yes, elegant. Reminds me of a paint palette - such choice! Hundertwasser would have fun with your colours.

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  4. The simplicity of the colors against the white makes them "pop"...just as Hundertwasser made his colors "pop". What an ingenious design and then to highlight each color with playful black thread.

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  5. Such a simple but effective design!

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  6. Interesting that you chose to paint your fabric as did Phil. I very much like this piece as I made a pillow many years ago that is so similar.

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  7. Very clever in the way you have used colour and simplicity to bring together Hundertwasser's busy style in his painting.

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  8. I really love the way this has been interpreted - and another whole cloth quilt. Clever.

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  9. Can't add anything new to the comments already made - a lovely piece.

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  10. This a bit of reverse applique with my dyed fabrics. I cut out windows in the white and placed the coloured bits behind. With the help of Steam a seam to keep it in place.

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  11. I can't add anything original to the comments (the disadvantage of commenting last!), but I agree entirely.

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