Thursday, 31 May 2018



CIRCLE OF ICE

It was yet another hard decision as to what piece of work to choose to interpret/be inspired by.  Our chosen artist's work was very varied and I really liked her lines depicting the sea and waves but decided in the end to use the one below.  I liked the colours and perhaps as winter has reached our part of the world it felt apt that I use this one.  I drew the design and it evolved as I went along as it looked a bit flat, so layered quite a few pieces of net in different shapes to compliment the design, which definitely added a lot of depth to my piece.  
I really enjoyed working on this and I think I can safely say it is one of my favourites.



6 comments:

  1. Wow Patricia, very successful. Love what you have created. You should be happy with it.

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  2. beautiful! I can see the inspiration from the shapes and colours, yet it is your own, Well done!

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  3. Helena has descried this perfectly. A great combination of two artists at work.

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  4. This is a lovely piece - from the colours to the design , the choice of layered netting giving it texture and depth and the choice of quilting patterning in the background . No wonder it is a favourite of yours!

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  5. I like how you've used the format of a circle on this Patricia. But your quilting and shards still retain the sense of ice.

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  6. Love this piece too, Patricia. The moment of the shards flying out captured forever. It's like they are held in space. H

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