Greetje Hein – Artist style #2

Artist-2

My challenge for each piece of this artist-series is “what if…”

What if…. I only use curved lines?

This second piece has the same lay-out as no.1, but there will be no straight lines. By using curved lines all parts get different shapes. All the colored fabrics have white dots. Also the quilting lines are all curved, each part in a different motive.

Detail view:

  1. carolinehiggs

    Obviously in the style of Mondrian but you have managed to convey movement into something static. Great choice of fabrics and style of stitch. lovely work.

  2. Chantal Guillermet

    The choice of polka dot fabrics gives unity to the work. I like the movement given by the curves.

  3. Beautiful design and choice of colours, this is a vibrant emotional quilt. Cheers

  4. studiociboulette

    It is a fun twist on Mondrian’s work. I love how you respected the colors and style but by making it curvy gave it a totally different flair. Beautiful quilting!

  5. Maryte Collard

    I love everything about your piece: the idea, the cleanliness of lines and especially the variety of quilting patterns.

  6. it is so much fun to see how the whole composition changes by using curved lines. Very nice idea to use the polka dot fabric for the colours. Your quilting is superb as always. Very well done.

  7. Superb quilting on this almost frivolous take on Mondriaan with great movement as a result.
    Gorgeous.

  8. Nice idea as well as the use of color and fabrics. Very good quilting to complete the piece. I love the dots.

  9. joanbrailsford

    What a great twist on the previous piece. I love the way that the colours are the same, yet the quilt looks so different. The different quilting patterns between each shape are beautifully done and add beautiful detail between the colours. Lovely

  10. I love this piece. The curved lines make the deign look so different and the detailed quilting is just beautiful.

  11. Mondriaan would be amazed by your beautiful, skillful and curvey interpretation of his work. Your different quilting designs are so precise and adds so much texture. Well done!

  12. Wow, what a stunning use of quilt motifs to create movement! Definitely made in the style of Mondrian.

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