Viewing entries posted in May 2019

Questions Answered about Zentangle

Posted by on 21 May 2019 | 0 Comments

Yes, I'm continuing to work on my Zentangle dolphin. As you may remember, I had several questions I needed answered so I jumped back into Lee's workshop to ask her expert advice... I had so much fun doing that and was amazed at how much I gained from asking a few simple questions in the forum. Lee answered questions I didn't know I asked because she opened my eyes up to expand my thoughts, what an experience! ... and to think we are miles apart but it was almost like she was right next to me guiding me along.

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Creating The Illusion of Depth

Posted by Anita on 14 May 2019 | 0 Comments

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Creating the illusion of depth by various uses of perspective is an interesting challenge when quilting. Looking at various artworks can help us learn about how to do that and how people at various times in history used perspective.

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What Do These Three Quilts Have in Common?

Posted by on 14 May 2019 | 0 Comments

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Here are three quilts I've made in the past. What do you think they all have in common - other than I made them?

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Creating Designs Based on Abstract Art

Posted by on 7 May 2019 | 0 Comments

Elizabeth has written classes about how to be inspired by and create designs based on abstract art. You can take one class or both...in any order...they are quite different....so the one that starts this Friday "More Abstract Art for Quiltmakers" focusses on some of the best known and most influential abstract artists.

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My Zentangle Dophins continued

Posted by on 7 May 2019 | 0 Comments

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I couldn't wait to continue on with my Zentangle Design. To refresh your memory, here is where I'm up to. I ended after adding "Beadline". Check back to last week for full details of each stitch: My Zentangle Dolphins part 1.

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