Ann Turley – Artist style #2
That Went for a Walk
This is the rest of Paul Klee’s quote from January. He states that this sums up his process entirely and is done in the block letter style he favored.
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Joan Brailsford – United Kingdom
Maryte Collard – Lithuania
Chantal Guillermet – France
Genevieve Guadalupe – South America
Helen Hazon – United Kingdom
Greetje Hein – The Netherlands
Caro Higgs – France
Bella Kaplan – Israel
Kaylene Maalste – Australia
Elsy Menko – Israel
Els Mommers – Dutch Caribbean
Sonia Ruiz – Mexico
Ann Turley – Unites States of America
Bozena Wojtaszek – Poland
Paola Zanda – Switzerland
A great folllow on from the previous piece, nice work.
Lovely ! it is like these game ” the hidden word” !
Like the arrangement of the letters and colours. Wonder what the next one will be? Cheers
Nice idea, I love the way you built it, it is fun to discover the words!
A nice follow-up from your first piece. It remains a fun puzzle to solve.
Very nice follow up from the previous piece, beautifully executed. I like the fact that one really has to look very closely to discover that text.
Beautiful idea and beautiful use of objects.The colors are delicate.
A very effective follow-on from the last piece, especially the colours and the way that the wording is stylised. I’m looking forward to the next piece. Well done
This is a good follow-on from number 1. It is interesting to see the development of your series, continuing the themes in words, design and colours that link the pieces.
“A line is a dot that went for a walk” is such a fun Klee quote, i really had to squint but I saw it! The use of the same colors, distinctive lettering and stitching ties both challenges together nicely. Well done!
This piece is really coming together with your first one. Looking forward to see the next