Want Free Shipping Every Day? Learn How.
Preview scale: 8.0 x 8.0 inches. Show Rulers
<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/3253495-wind-farming-existence-by-su-g-by-su_g' title = 'Wind farming or co-existence by Su_G by su_g on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0325/3495/rrrWind-farming-final_shop_preview.png' alt='Wind farming or co-existence by Su_G'/></a>
Change DPI Base size is 150
Collection: Wind farming
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
Visit this designer's shop
Wind farming or co-existence. My entry in the Farming Contest. Line art. © Su Schaefer 2014
Wind farming or co-existence: between the traditional way of farming and the newer, industrial wind farming. My entry in the Farming Contest. Detail of design in the 2nd thumbnail above, printed nicely on Eco Canvas as shown in the 3rd thumbnail (double click for a clearer view)
© Su Schaefer 2014
A wind farm (or wind park) is a group of wind turbines in the same location used to produce energy. A large wind farm may consist of several hundred individual wind turbines and cover an area of hundreds of square miles, while the land between the turbines may be used for agricultural or other purposes. (Wikipedia has more information)
See other designs by Su_G.
Line art, basic repeat.
[Currently set @ Fabric: 580 ppi, Wallpaper: 150, Gift wrap: 300 ppi]
su g (1089),
renewable energy (3)
Log in or Sign up
to add a comment.
Proofing swatch on Eco-canvas.
su_g uploaded a fabric image for
Wind farming or co-existence by Su_G :
Posted about 2 years ago.
Thank you so much Eleanor, Sheila and Julie for your great comments and feedback - especially on the colors and rhythm! Very much appreciated as are all the votes and faves from others!
Su I love the colours you have in this design! The yellow and purple together remind me of the paddocks of Canola growing next to the Salvation Jane on the foothills of the Murray Mallee.
Love this Su! Love the pop of yellow and purple in this serene scene. Great in the yard view! You always WOW me! Great work!
I love this design! Great colors, great rhythm.
Thanks so much Jan, Janet, Paula, Melanie and Sharon for your fabulous comments and thanks also to everyone who faved this design - very much appreciated! Jan those distant fields ARE lavender farms - as you suspected - I think all are lucky to have good neighbours!
I love windfarms. They're awe inspiring! Love the colours of your fields too :)
So happy to see such a lovely wind farm design, I love them too!
I like your attitude, expressed so well in this design.
Wonderful subject and gorgeous colors! Are those fields in the distance a lavender farm? How lucky they both are to have such good neighbors! :)
Thanks so much for your lovely comments and faves Lynn, Patty and Sylvie - very much appreciate the votes of confidence for the coexistence of wind farming!!
Oh this is so nice Su, what a really cool idea and you've caught the epitome of wind farming and the colours you've used are fabulous! It's super!!
Great concept for the farm theme! Love it! The other color ways look great too!! :)
Oh I like this, Su! So simple and elegant...lovely palette too!
Thanks so much everyone for your comments and faves - very very much appreciated! It is wonderful to know that there are wind farm supporters, and people who are NOT afraid of the modern wind turbines; Ceri expressed it well: "I would live next to a wind farm any day as opposed to a nuclear power plant"... It does make me wonder whether people complained about the old Southern Cross windmills (which still dot Australia, including broken down and de-headed ones). 'Course in the "old days" having a mill nearby meant you didn't go hungry...
Gorgeous Su! Such beautiful colours in the gentle hills surrounding your pretty wind turbines. And all power to you for championing alternative energy!
Stunning, Su! I can imagine this in a lovely dress, soft as a summer breeze.
Sustainable Fabric Art! Love it Su...the subject and the execution. Well done!
Oh, you clever girl!! I love this design and its title. The colors are beautiful. In our windy state, discussion goes on about the wind turbines and their encroachment on farming lands. Up close, wind turbines are impressive giants and, at a distance, they appear so graceful. Well done, Su.
Wind turbines are wonderful and so is your design, Su!
I love wind farms! I can never understand the negative press they attract. I would live next to a wind farm any day as opposed to a nuclear power plant! Lovely and thought provoking design Su!
Excellent take on the theme! Beautiful colour palette too x
Thanks so much Vo!! One of our politicians has just described wind farms as a blot on the landscape (or words to that effect) - to which some responded: and what about coal mines, how would you describe them? Honestly! I look forward to some of those <a href="http://www.young-germany.de/topic/play/art-fashion/germanys-guerilla-knitters" rel="nofollow"> guerrilla knitters.</a> prettying them up a bit...
Detail for a clearer view (part design only).
Thanks so much Tina!!
About 30 miles from me are huge wind farms. I love them. Perfect colors too.
I love that you did wind farms! Such a lovely abstract landscape dotted with the attractive shapes that just happen to be turbines! So clever and so pretty! I really love the yard view!
© 2008-2015 Spoonflower Inc