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Collection: After the artists
Featuring a newish release: 'An inky blue wash on the scales'. Thanks so much everyone for your faves, comments, purchases & project pictures - so much appreciated! All designs © Su Schaefer, All Rights Reserved
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Gaudian Sweetlips: abstract lip- and pod-shapes in mosaic greens, some embellished with other greens. Oil on paper. © Su Schaefer 2012
Gaudian Sweetlips: abstract lip- and pod-shapes in mosaic greens: ranging from pale lettuce and grape to apple, olive and deep forest green, some embellished with other greens. Original in oil paint on paper, inspired by Gaudian mosaic work.
© Su Schaefer 2012
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Oil on paper, after Gaudi, half-drop repeat.
[Fabric: currently showing and proofed at 366 ppi, Wallpaper: 488, Decal: 185, Gift wrap: 347 ppi]
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Thanks for the love & the helpful feedback Maude! The yellow & green is not everyone's thing so good to know that you spotted the blue version too.
Posted almost 4 years ago.
Love this pattern. There is so much visual interest. The blue version is beautiful as well.
Thanks so much for the helpful comments and faves Sylvie and Joan, you've given me some new thoughts on just what to explore further with this one, thanks again!
I like both. The 'stained glass' effect is lovely. I know that this design would be great in any colourway! AND in wallpaper ... yeah fantastic in shades of cream to rust... :^D
Actually I think the other design... with the lips running lengthways would be better for wallpaper.... Sylvie
Thanks for the helpful feedback Sue Ellen, much appreciated! I've loaded a variant with the 'lips' lengthwise so you can have a look without turning your head sideways - to my mind they do make an unusual but attractive shape (may have to explore that more...) will post it shortly so you can see... & tell me what you think... (may need more work)
Most intriguing! I like it as is, but I can't keep from turning my head sideways to see what it would be like with the "lips" lengthwise, and the "hourglasses" crosswise. This is a perfectly delicious assortment of greens, and it looks like you had fun working it up: it sparkles with joie de vivre.
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