Thursday, June 23, 2011

Kandinsky's Circles in Fiber

Here is my first attempt at Kandinsky's Circles with the Solid Segments Challenge. 

I decided not to copy the painting exactly because I got bored with that.  So I began switching up the colors, and referring to the original painting just for inspiration. 

I may do another attempt and try to add another circle inside each 4 square.  We'll see what happens today!

13 comments:

Michele said...

I love it!

Eat, Sleep, Quilt said...

I think that's just beautiful as is, you did a wonderful job!

With mine (Matisse) I think I'm trying to be too literal and can't climb out of that box. I looked at some Kandinsky's yesterday and I might switch to one of his Murnau pieces or his Akzent in Rosa. I'm glad we have enough time!

Linda

Brenda said...

I like it! I really like it!

Miki Willa said...

I love it! The colors are wonderful and bright and perfect. I finally got my fabric so will be starting on mine in the next day or two.

Elsa said...

oh, it's really wonderful! love all the colors and how all the lines didn't match up!

Lisa said...

It looks fantastic! Great colors.

QuiltSwissy said...

WOW!
Just plain WOW!
glen

Helen said...

Simply wonderful! I'm in awe of your arrangement of colors. So well balanced yet so lively.

MareeR said...

Love your interpretation of this painting - so vibrant

JoAnne said...

Absolutely fantastic! A joy to look at!

Julie said...

This is fantastic!! Wow!! Quite brilliant!!!

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

great fun!!!! will you do more? I can't wait to see what else you will do! great inspiration!

Nicky said...

Love the colours - so vibrant. How about adding extra circles when quilting - something the artist cannot do!