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Collection: After the artists
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Hourglasses in mosaic greens: from pale lettuce and grape to apple, olive and deep forest green. Oil on paper. Su Schaefer 2011
Hourglasses in mosaic greens: ranging from pale lettuce and grape to apple, olive and deep forest green, some embellished with other greens. Original: oil paints on paper, inspired by Gaudian mosaic work.
© Su Schaefer 2011
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Oil on paper, after Gaudi, half-brick repeat.
[Currently set @ Fabric: 366 ppi (proofed @ 366), Wallpaper: 488 ppi]
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I'm very pleased with the way the full range of greens in this design - from the yellow-greens to the forest greens - printed on cotton sateen (daylight photo).
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Posted almost 4 years ago.
Patricia you do say the most interesting things - thank you very much for that comment, now I know what a "lower intensity green" is (I think)... I agree that is does make you think of stained glass windows, I guess mosaics use much the same techniques & what I like about Gaudi's is the way they break out of boundaries.
Posted over 4 years ago.
I appreciate the way you are able to incorporate lower-intensity greens. I must bow and learn. At first glance I thought you were inspired by St. Patrick and stained-glass windows.
It does look aerial doesn't it? I was actually trying for a different look but got sidetracked & ended up with this...
This reminds me of the aeriel landscape views. I like the greens.
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