Monday, 25 May 2015

Diva's Challenge #219 Straight Lines only!

This is a fun challenge. 
I had an idea last week to use a Mondrian style string for a tile, so this is an opportunity to do so. 
I used Golden Airbrush colours for the red, yellow & blue sections but decided not to do any shading to keep the strong contrast of black and white.


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17 comments:

  1. Very creative, the use of lines and colors!

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  2. WOW! I also love Mondrian. Your picture is great!

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  3. How lovely... Without reading your text I thought " Wow! Like Mondrian!!"
    Very well done..

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  4. Very interesting and stunning piece!

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  5. Great work! Different in a very nice way.

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  6. Your tile definitely channels Mondrian, but frankly, yours is more interesting than most of his work (IMHO). That and $2.00 will get you on a public bus in Philly. ;-)

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    1. Thanks Suzanne. I am sure Mondrian spent more planning his geometry than I did! You can guess that I am a fan. I went to an exhibition of his work couple of years ago at the Courtauld Institute in London which was really good.

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  7. I learned something new this week! I recognized the Mondrian style, but didn't know it's name. Your work is so cheerful and pleasing.

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  8. Very creative use of color and straight line tangles. And yes, love the Mondrian style.

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  9. Stunning! Very creative and nicely done.

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  10. Creative approach to the challenge. Like the color.

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  11. This is fantastic! Love the style and use of bold colors!

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  12. Very special and creative interpretation of the challenge! Absolutely fabulous!

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  13. Oh...this is truly fun! I like the pieces that have the tiny lines as if they are part of a straightedge or rather a ruler. And those colors really make things POP.

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  14. I'm in love with your design. Just gorgeous.
    Sarah.

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  15. Love your Mondrian-esque piece. I knew your inspiration as soon as I saw those colors. Love this work.

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