Thursday, February 20, 2014

O is for Orange

O is for Orange on today's "Roy G Biv" Day!  8"x8" canvas, fabric, netting, stones stitched onto silver square, bottom section marks with oil pastel. First posted in 2008.

"Baptism of Dreams"  and "Faith, Being and Necessity" are two monotypes from waaay back. Both have sold. I think they were more orangey red! Next month will be the letter Y - yellow and for exact dates check blog Jennifer Coyne Qudeen

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  1. Wow, what nice rich, intense oranges! That bottom piece is really intriguing; it's nice to see some of your older work that I haven't seen before.

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    1. Thank you Sharmon, The last two pieces were part of a 'sacred vessels series I' and included lace, graphite, pastel and paper collage.

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    1. Connie Rose, Thank you... gorgeous is such a great word!

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  3. love those rich tones, wonderful works!

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  4. Love your oranges! Thanks for taking part in the Search this month.-Julie

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    1. Julie, I love color and it is great seeing all of one color being featured ... happy to participate!

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  5. Wonderful vibrant oranges found on (another) grey February morning. I'm most intrigued by the variety of your work.

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    1. Charlton, I agree orange is such a vibrant color and does chase grey days away. I began as a printmaker and painter about a hundred years ago ... fabric is fairly new to me and quite a challenge!

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  6. These are such rich & intricate pieces - beautiful!

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    1. Arzigogolare, Thank you, I agree, orange is a rich color. Thank you for stopping by!

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  7. I love the two monoprints, Mary Ann. Thanks for stopping by my place!
    -sus

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    1. Susan, Thank you. I always enjoy the collage factor in my monoprints. My pleasure visiting your site and I will return!

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  8. truly beautiful images - and I'm not an 'orange' fan, but these make the exception, xo

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