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Discussion in 'June 2017 Challenges' started by Jeanet, May 28, 2017.
I'm not sure why but this makes me crave pancakes
For the inspiration challenge. I am sure Paul Klee would turn over in his grave if he knew he was scraplifted, but I have a penchant for colour gradients and for purple. So when I saw his painting "Separation in the evening" I practically lifted it.
You can see it here: https://www.wikiart.org/en/paul-klee/separation-in-the-evening-1922
Inspired by Paul Klee - In the Style of Kairouan (1914) found at:
And here's my layout:
FANTASTIC!!! Your awesome Jeanet!!!
This really going to be a challenge but one that I am currently getting really excited about!! It's very different and I love it!!
Well this was a real challenge, but of course, that's the point!
Not sure how to get the original image to show up, I finally put it in the gallery. If that is not OK, please let me know
Here is mine:
oh girl .....your talent is beyond words!!!!!!!!! awesome challenge!!!!! I ll need some time to think this through, want to make honor!!!!! great, brilliant, awesome idea!!!!!!
Such an absolutely fun challenge!!! Thanks. I might try another one later this month if I get time!
Mine is inspired by cubists and if I need one painting it is "The Parachutists" by William Baziotes.
this was a fabulous challenge... lovely pages, everyone
my inspiration: https://www.wikiart.org/en/eric-zammitt Plank Two
My inspiration: Smoking in the Shelter - Roger de La Fresnaye · 1918
I call mine: Woman with Cat on a Sunny Day
Fer-laque by Gottfried Honegger
What a great honor to get to share this moment with little Maddox. First time to hold & feed a butterfly! My "Master" inspiration (the vanishing points)was this:
Inspired by Mary Cassett's original:
I've just been around leaving comments on the entries so far and let me just tell you that my mind is blown with the creativity shown here. I'm so happy that you've embraced the challenge and certainly so far have made it into your own. Fabulous job all around. Thank you ♥
my inspiration was painting by Aivazovsky, one of the favourite Russian painters, very masculine, marina, blues, clouds were my inspiration as well as positions of the tall ships and horizontal what were they islands?
I took this image as my inspiration:
Fuji, Mountains In Clear Weather (Red Fuji)
And I made this layout.
Inspiration from Bruno Munari's Campari, Date 1965, Style Pop Art. Inspired by the repition of word art and rectangles. So I mimicked the verticle rectangular strips.
uhhhh, this was hard, I ended up doing my own "whatever version Lol" on my eyes...and I also choose a hard one, if I have the time I will change and re-do the page, but I also must admit that this painting is one of my favorites, I love it since ....long time..so:
and my page: OMG is so bad:
really cool Jeanet!!!
My inspiration was the fact that this painting is in a museum. My layout is about our trip to the British Museum.