Your challenge this week is to use Seton or a tangleation of it in your art this week OR deconstruct a pattern you see around you and use that in your art. Enjoy observing the patterns all around you.
o.k., the challenge fit, with what i really wanted to do this week: DECONSTRUCT A PATTERN.
i showed "ALABASTRO" last week. to desconstruct it, is far diffrent than to desconstruct "LEAFLET" by helen williams.....which is a very beautyful pattern too, to see the step-out for "LEAFLET",go to see helen's blog: alittlelime.blogspot.com
i made also a tile with "SETON" by cris letourneau, CZT
SETON and ALABASTRO on a renaissance-tile, black and brown micron pigma, pencil, white charcoal pencil, caran d'ache colour pencil: green, yellow, red, blue, that's it.
if you leave a comment, i appreciate it. have a happy time.
Alabasto is a great pattern, love the colors you used, sure the one on the black tile, so much autmumn colors, so warm. Your tile togethter with seton is great, the use of color on a renaissance tile is hard for me, and I admire your use of color!AntwortenLöschen
Wow, what lovely colors did you bring into this tile. This duo-tangle tuned out great.AntwortenLöschen
thanks for the step out for Alabastro. I love the way you use colour on your tiles.AntwortenLöschen
Such a pretty pattern, and your use of color is very nice!AntwortenLöschen
Thanks so much for the Alabastro Step-out. It and Seton are wonderful together in your Challenge Tile. Beautiful tile, and wonderful colors. Love the wave you have incorporated into your Seton pattern. Thanks for a delightful Post.AntwortenLöschen
Alabasto ist ein wunderschönes Muster! Dein Challenge 192 ist eine tolle Arbeit!AntwortenLöschen
Sehr schön: Alabasto und dein Challenge!AntwortenLöschen
Nice tangle and I like what you did with Seton. Looks like a blanket.AntwortenLöschen
I can imagine a picnic in the fall, under a beautiful tree with a quilt spread underneath for a nap. Wonderful colors too!AntwortenLöschen
I'm not sure what a Renaissance tile is (as opposed to, say, a Cold War era tile), but your choice of colors makes for a very elegant compositionAntwortenLöschen
thanks for all your comments.to anwer the question of suzanne fluhr:there are the origpnal white tiles, the black tiles.... and renaissance- tiles are light brown/ beige.AntwortenLöschen