Kaylene Maalste – Artist style #6

Inspiration – Franz Marc’s 1911 painting “Fox”. I interpreted the painting as a fox sleeping by a river or lake surrounded by trees.

Apart from the lake the fabrics are Batik, the lake is hand dyed cotton. The quilt is hand quilted using embroidery thread.

  1. I really like the way that you have managed to interpret a cat into each style, they make a wonderful series, well done. Great choice of colours and stitching.

  2. Your series of cats in Franz Marc’s style is well-studied and successful. Well done.Bravo!

  3. Chantal Guillermet

    Lovely piece which is really in the spirit of Franz Marc. Interesting texture given by your hand stitching on the background.

  4. studiociboulette

    Beautiful work and attention to detail. Your stitching is so effective. Bravo!

  5. Very recognizable as inspired by Franz Marc and very personal by focusing on a cat in each of your pieces. Lovely handstitching.

  6. Great composition. I like how you created every piece with a cat.

  7. That’s what I was going to say: I love how you found a place for a cat in every your piece. And, as always, wonderful hand stitching.

  8. Your hand quilting is nicely done. I like your interpretation and use of color in the fox.

  9. A successful ending to the series. The colors speak for themselves.

  10. You have interpreted your style with Franz Marc’s style very nicely in your sweet cat theme. Your incredible hand stitching and color choices make for a lovely finale and a great addition to your series. Well done!

  11. I can see your love for your cat repeating in this series. A beautiful end. Lovely and meticulous handstitching. Bravo.

  12. A good interpretation of the fox painting. The background colours and precise stitching make a great setting for the sleeping cat.

  13. joanbrailsford

    A good depiction of the sleeping fox, and the hand quilting gives a lovely texture. Well done

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