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Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.
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Collection: Pop Art Collection #1
46 years I've worked as a fine artist, scenic artist and prop master and have enjoyed working for many major theme parks and movie studios. Now retired, I've always wanted to work with my own cloth designs. Now I will
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I'd like to think this is how Mondrain's work would have evolved if he were in the year 2012. You could use this fabric for anything fun. It makes a great Wallpaper as well.
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Love mondrian. Georgeus work!
Posted over 2 years ago.
This design is great, Janiece. I really like the design's intricacy. Well done.
Posted over 6 years ago.
Super cool, I love this! Great colours and fabulous detail and density. Awesome name for it too, very fitting.
Posted almost 7 years ago.
I will do one for you Phoebe. It might take awhile to get it tested. I have already lined up my next 3 test purchases of 30 swatches. My pocket book can't keep up with my creative hands. It never could. I'll see what I might be able to switch out but it still might take a few weeks as I'm really backed up on stuff I want to get on the market. I will do it soon and make it public but not for sale for awhile. I could just switch the size of this one but I'd want to make sure it holds up larger as this is the size it was tested at. It's at 250 dpi now so there shouldn't be a problem but I would still like to see it tested to make sure it doesn't digitize to much.
Beautiful! I would love to see a larger scale of this!
Catherine, in its density I would agree. I'm not familiar with all of Pollock's work. I understood it from an experimental view point but never connected with it other than the story of the old woman who bought one of his paintings at a yard sale, as a joke gift for her friend only to find out years later that it was a Pollock and got a great chunk of change for it. I don't recall seeing any grid work in his stuff, but like I said I have never pursued his entire collection. I remember as a kid seeing a woman on TV with a Mondrain dress on that I fell in love with. Then of course the Partridge Family bus and David Cassidy. Back in some sort of post disco revival a club opened at union station here in St, Louis that had one of those lighted disco dance floors. I can't think of the name right now but they hired me to paint them a Partridge family / Mondrain bus for them to shuttle people back and forth from baseball games and other downtown events. I got a nice chunk of change for that job as well.
Mondrian yet also in a odd way, Pollock-esqe.......Can anyone else see this? I love it!
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