Cooling it down…

… for Diane over at Mixed Media Monday, this week. I enjoyed the red challenge so much last week, I went straight back to my LTS journal and slapped the paint about again! I wanted birdies too, so I cut a couple of very basic stencils and included them on the pages. My DD objected to the use of pink (magenta, actually!) with the purples and blues. I am a creature of habit though, and tried to explain to her that I like contrast and bold… but she was having none of it! There were references to ‘Ken’ and ‘Barbie’ in there somewhere – not sure I follow that though!

Purple Rennie birds???

This isn’t finished yet, but because I think it would translate well to fabric, I am going to try and put it on Spoonflower and see what a swatch looks like… and then I may add sentiments to the spread. I am not sure yet, though. What do you think?

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  1. Ooh lush Rosie lush. Pink is perfect as you know and love that little splash of green. Have the bottom two birdies had a spat. I don’t think they’re talking to each other at the moment… perhaps one ate all the food on the bird table!

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  2. johanna

     /  August 30, 2010

    i just LOVE your vibrant colors!! and blue is my all-time-favorite… so it is perfect in every way!!

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  3. barnie

     /  August 30, 2010

    Wow, you see me mouth-opened again. The colours are so wonderful and the texture looks perfect.

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  4. amy

     /  August 30, 2010

    the purple and black are awesome!

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  5. hi Rosie!!!! I love your cooling it down piece…it looks wonderful….your colours are so brilliant and the cute birds are adorable!!!

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  6. Birds and bold! I’m on my way now to see what Spoonflower is! This looks as if you had a fine time with the paints! Well done.

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  7. Love your purple madness! A beautiful fusion of color and image Rosie!

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  8. LOVE!! I really loved your piece last week too – I wonder, will you be doing a warm version next? How cool would it be to do a color series? Kristin xo

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  9. Rosie, I love it!! the colours are so vibrant and intense! I love this new work you’re doing!!
    xoxo

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  10. B

     /  August 31, 2010

    Love the rich colors!

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  11. Great page thus far, and the magenta is perfect. Trust your instinct!
    xo
    Gaye

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  12. I love it just the way it is! and it would be great on fabric too 🙂
    Inka

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  13. These colors are so pretty!!

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  14. Rosie, I certainly don’t get Ken and Barbie from your very striking piece. Love this!

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