Sunday, March 07, 2010

Cubism

For one of Pam's classes we had to study Cubism. This style I always liked, but I never really studied it. There is such a wide variety in how the painters worked. I found some inspiration for future use there.
The next step was to translate cubism into fabric. And this turned out to be much more difficult. The paintings look so easy but to create something like that in fabric is really hard. After several starting points that did not work out, I ended up with this piece:
Posted by PicasaSize is 12,5"x14"(32x36 cm). It has no title yet, no idea has popped up yet. So if you have a suggestion, please let me know.

4 comments:

mia de vos said...

Almere the place to bee, omdat er verschillende soorten blokkendozen als woningen zijn gebouwd?

Art by Rhoda Forbes said...

Great piece Wil, still stitching on mine.

Lynn said...

it has the sense of a dream to me, falling windows must mean something to you unconsciously if not consciously...that is my take on it. Well done.

Kelly said...

OK, here are my two cents worth. It makes me think of being inside so much during the winter and then spring comes and we break free of our housebound existance and run outside to play in the outdoors. OK, I need to get more sleep I think.........

Aren't you glad you asked for input???? LOL!!