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Thursday, 30 October 2014

Inspired by paintings......

Kim Klassens 'Be Still 52' workshop prompt this week is 'Inspired by paintings'.......also using only two objects.

I'm not sure that I managed to be inspired by a painting and I didn't use two objects, but hey I took a few photographs! 

Here they are.....





Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Unique hand painted scarves........

Two only.......one off hand painted pure new wool scarves......

Pebbles and Landscape.......

Hand wash.

105x17cms £45 each + postage.

Contact me here on my blog, www.facebook.com/jacquelinequinnart or jq@quinnjacqueline.co.uk

I have loved making these beautiful pieces........









Thursday, 16 October 2014

Change things up........

Week 22 Kim Klassens  'Be Still' workshop.

Change things, turn it around, do it differently, shake it up........

Into the sun............




Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Bread, linen, twine, scissors........

These are the four items to use in this weeks photograph......

I'm not happy with my results and this is the only shot that I'm vaguely happy with......

I applied the 'chrome' filter from my i pad to the pic.









Thursday, 9 October 2014

Gather and drop.......

Week 21 of Kim Klassens 'Be Still' workshop......

'Gather and Drop'......

I had this piece of jewellry on my studio table, the leaves on the window sill.

The hand and leaf reminded me of my business card, which has an image of one of my monoprints on it.....the hand and leaf.....it is called 'Veriditas'. 

I put the two together and here are my 'Gather and Drop' pieces.




Thursday, 2 October 2014

Is it autumn or fall?

I was inspired by Americas love of celebrating 'fall' by decorating their front doors, steps and verandas......gorgeous!

I came home to a friend who has a shop, inspired by my photos of Cape Cod homes, going ape about her autumn window......so while she's looking for a barrow to pile pumpkins in, I've made her some enormous autumn leaves ........and one for my front door ........what do you think?

I swirled watercolour onto cartridge paper and then water sprayed and paper towel dabbing to get some good crunchy texture. Then cut out the big shapes, used a sharpie to draw in veins, cut into the leaves and rolled them to get a leafy shape.......then took them into the garden to photograph and my cat played with them...:-)