It is one of my favourite pieces of artwork... I haven't titled it because it would look weird with a title!
Love your stitching Lisa, and that tree looks awesome. your stitched swirly moon looks great too!
Well done. - Shazza
The cut out flowers from the Kaiser PP reminded me of starbursts
radiating in the sky like the Starry Night image, with a little
added bling on each to make them sparkle.
The main title also has a coat of Kindy Glitz on it but it
was hard to get this to show up in the photograph.
* I love her attention to detail and the* I voted for "Flood" because the layout was not a direct copy of Kandinsky, but you could clearly see the influence and her interpretation of his artwork. I also like the way she added different filters to the photos which means she went to alot of effort.
way she has composed all the elements in her layout.
I was impressed with how many photos Judy includedCongratulations Judy and thanks for participating, your entry was fantastic and your win was well deserved , you have won - Shazza.
and how well her LO not only captured Kandinsky,
but told her story as well.
In 1896 he settled in Munich and studied first in the private school of Anton Azbe and then at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich. He went back to Moscow in 1914 after World War 1 started. He was unsympathetic to the official theories on art in Moscow and returned to Germany in 1921. There he taught at the Bauhaus school of art and architecture from 1922 until the Nazis closed it in 1933. He then moved to France where he lived the rest of his life, and became a French citizen in 1939. He died at Neuilly-sur-seine in 1944.