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Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches
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Change DPI Base size is 150
Collection: Oil go around again
oil painting (144)
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Thank you so much for your warm comment, Amy! :-)
Posted over 3 years ago.
Gorgeous in the warm earthtones as well!!!!
Thank you so much for the lovely comment, Wren!
Posted over 4 years ago.
Rhonda, I like the way your oils translate to tiled fabric -- more flow and unexpected twists.
Thank you, Valerie! :-)
Beautiful sweetheART ;~} Valz
Thank you for your kind words, Kelly! :-)
Very lovely! Nice work, I like the repeat.
Thank you so much for your kind words,Penny! Your positive feedback is truly appreciated! :-)
Your beautiful work of art looks fantastic in so many varieties of colour, the design itself is so universal it can be made into anything.
Thank you so much for the lovely comment, Rachel!
Posted over 5 years ago.
This is very pretty! I love your technique!
Thank you treacle_treats for your wonderful comment and support. I think Pointillism was a bit tricky for many designers to get their creative heads around, especially if they didn't have
prior knowledge of this style.
Thank you Mona for your sweet comment. I can't wait to get some samples of this design in the different colourways to see how they look on fabric!
Oh wow - I totally thought I commented on this one already! It is really lovely - and true to the pointillism style. I am so impressed with how you were able to alter the colors so well for different versions of it! Really nice.
Wow! Congrats on your understanding and execution of the pointillist style. As well as being a super cool painting this makes a great fabric. Some other designers should have looked to you for pointers. Excellent work!
Thank you Lucie! High praise indeed! I have always loved Impressionist Art, so I guess it was inevitable that I would be influenced by the style.
Very classic impressionist in style and palette. Good job!
Thank you Cean for the wonderful comment! I loved your "asymmetrical" reference, as that was exactly my intention with this design.
This has such a wonderful asymmetrical flow, Rhonda! The large and small blossoms, the lines with their different thicknesses and the varying block sizes all make for a perfectly organized chaos. Add in the lovely autumn like color way and it's a real stunner!
Thank you kiwiandsteve for your lovely comment. I like your tablecloth idea. I was actually thinking of using the fabric, in this colourway, to make Roman blinds for my bedroom's bay window.
This is so pretty and I love the colors. I'm not sure which color combination i like best, they all are so pretty. This would make a really pretty summer tablecloth.
Thank you Grace for your sweet comment.
This is beautiful, Rhonda!
Thanks Shin. I appreciate your kind words.
Love the nuances in colour. Very pretty!
Thank you so much Kris, Poetryqn and Sharon. It was lovely to read your thoughtful comments.
very retro ~ great design! xxx
I LOVE your color palette! There's some real texture in this design that just calls out to my fingers.
These cool earthy colours actually remind me of the 70's .... I love that you've reworked an old oil painting of yours, into a contemporary new fabric design : Best of luck in the comp :)
Thank you Lucinda. I'm glad you like the colours.
Really like the warm earthly tones.
Thank you Carina. I appreciate your positive comment.
wow, so nice colors it has :) wonderful painting, and design!
Thank you Virginia, Isabella and Christine. Your lovely comments made a dreary day much brighter!
Rhonda I love the colors has a real earthy feeling very nice repeat looks great
Your painting makes a fantastic floral plaid pattern with a great summer feel, Rhonda. I love the varying greens and asymetric layout. I imagine it would look stunning on silk, perhaps as a decorative screen, with the light shining through it to add further emphasis to your clever use of light and colour. What a marvelous way to give new life to a work from nearly forty years ago. This is a wonderful example of true pointillism.
This has a great abstract vibe to it. And yes, it evokes summer to me! Nicely done Rhonda!
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