Maryte Collard – Artist style #3

The Sunset

My choice of the artist was Russian painter Arkhip Kuindzhi (1841- 1910), whose style was realism. I am not copying his works but only am following his style that had a focus on natural light effects.

My quilt #3 is based on a photo that one evening in the early spring I took through my living room window. The sky was beautifully red and the light was reflecting from a few windows of the dark building.

For the sky I used my own hand dyed fabric. The building and tree trunks were cut out from commercial black fabric and fused onto background with Wonder Under. The small branches were machine embroidered and everything was machine quilted.

  1. Beautiful dramattic lighting perfectly executed in fabrics, great job!

  2. Chantal Guillermet

    This is so realistic ! I am in awe of the perfection of the work, especially the trees !

  3. carolinehiggs

    A stunning piece! I love sunsets and you have interpreted this one beautifully with the silhouettes in the foreground. Excellent work.

  4. studiociboulette

    Beautiful and dramatic work. The colours, the contrast and stitching is unbelievable. Bravo!

  5. Sunset is always an interesting theme full of color and life. Very nice work. Excellent stitching..

  6. Very dramatic work, great choice of fabrics! Colours are amazing and the silhouettes in the foreground equally dramatic. Amazing stitching!!

  7. Your hand-dyed fabric is perfect. I love the black silhouettes.

  8. Wow you must be proud of this quilt, it is dramatic as some sunsets are, beautiful work.

  9. Stunning and dramatic, this quilt exhibits an amazing degree of realism.

  10. I love this. What a dramatic effect. The background colours are great and the trees in particular are beautifully done.

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