Wednesday, 28 February 2018

LUNDSTROM
When I was confronted by this artist I knew that his serene and minimalistic style would need a different approach from my usual. So I chose to select shapes(jug and oranges)and convert them into an abstract design using colours that he liked to use. These are the pictures which were my inspiration:




I enjoyed working in this style -slightly Art Deco-ish and using non distracting quilting in the background and on the shapes . This is the final result:


8 comments:

  1. Great inspiration & interpretation. Love the use of the orange as Dianne has.

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  2. Wow! Fabulous interpretation, Rosemary. I am blown away by how you have captured his style and totally made it yours.

    Hilary

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  3. brilliant job! stunning in its own right and as inspired by Lundstøm.

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  4. I love your interpretation - a very clever twist on the jug/orange combo!

    I wish I had thought of that!

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  5. The merging of these two paintings and making it you own is wonderful.

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  6. Really striking.I like the way you've combined the influence of the two paintings and made it your own.

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  7. Lovely Rosemary. Great interpretation, and I like your quilting too.

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  8. I really love the way you have combined the two Lundstrom pieces and given it a modern twist without losing the essence of his work. Love the lines and circles depicting both his colours and shapes. I do like this interpretation of his work very much.

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