Once again, I’m taking a class with Pam Allen.  Here’s a little quilt I did,  about 10″ X 11″ based on a photo from a building at the MBL in Woods Hole that Andy took on a gorgeous summer morning a couple years ago.

Lesson 1 C  copy

It’s a study using the color palette used by Van Gogh in one of his Olive Tree paintings. Although it is the same palette, it’s a bit more vibrant than the more muted tones he used.  The water just seemed to sparkle and it became pretty much the focal point here.

 

 

Posted by:turtlemoonimpressions

The natural world is phenomenal and so much of the man-made world - our architecture, our cities - are stunning accomplishments. They exist hand in hand in both beautiful expressions and sometimes disastrous manifestations. Our entire existence with the natural and the invented is intertwined – each dependent on the other, even as my art evolves, each breathing in the wake of the other. Surface design is one aspect of the process that I love. I thoroughly enjoy the play with color, value and construct, particularly the improvisation which starts with one thing, an idea, a glimpse of a vision, perhaps something that captures my eye for a moment in time and it grows organically. I become focused on whatever piece I'm working on and follow my muse to find my way.

2 replies on “Sparkling Water

  1. Wow! I really like what you’ve been doing. I can’t believe you’re taking a class. You should be teaching one! Boats on water are always nice. You made a perfect little piece. Are you framing these? You might like to think about it! Hugs, Pam

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