Saturday, April 16, 2011

Yes, I was Klimt Inspired
Last Saturday's inspiration found it's way into my Jewelry Journal.
Woke up Friday morning needing to cut and glue.
♥Sharon

29 comments:

  1. This is fantastic! The movement, emotion, colors... so much more than "cutting and gluing". WOW!

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  2. So beautiful!!! I am waiting on some extra moolah so I can take more of your classes. The things you've been creating are stunning.

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  3. I have to say when I look at your AMAZING work I feel like I should just chuck my paint & brushes in the bin. This is beyond the beyond.

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  4. I think this is amazing! I can't stop looking at her. I would love to do what you do...Thank you for sharing her today. Hugs, mary

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  5. Klilmt is one of my favorite artists and you have captured it well. Very nice! Love it.

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  6. Incredible...I love Klimt and really love this too! Gorgeous!

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  7. Gorgeous (but then I am a fellow Klimt lover)....you are so clever Sharon, I just adore this piece!
    I have been Klimt inspired myself lately and so many Klimt things have been happening in my world....a girlfriend gave me a beautiful set of vintage Klimt postcards that were her fathers (precious), my sister found me a beautiful set of cards and a friend lent me a DVD on his work....

    LOVE your interpretation.

    Jacky xox

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  8. Oh! This is nothing short of stunning. Mymymy......

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  9. Oh wow Sharon she is totally stunning, such gorgeous work..
    Annette x

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  10. an absolutely beautiful piece of work....

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  11. I love Klimt but I like yours even better! Beautiful, serene and fresh!

    Hugs Giggles

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  12. I love Klimt but I like yours even better! Beautiful, serene and fresh!

    Hugs Giggles

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  13. Just call me babe in the woods, isn't that a kind name for the uninformed. I have seen this Klimt before and even have a book with some of the work and always loved the look, loved it long before I did any thing of this sort
    So now I see your wonderful art and have to go look up some information and learn something. All wonderful, your art and learning.

    Especially needed today as we got up to the ground covered with snow, and so cold. Husband and I did have a wonderful day tho bumming.

    I love to cut and glue, So much fun to create, honestly yesterday I found some pretty plates in a magazine and I had to put one in my painting.

    If you want to make Easter eggs using silk ties, use google images and you will see how great the eggs are I did some and posted about it. So much fun.

    When I come to visit it gets long.

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  14. Beautiful! I am a fan of Klimt's works and yours too :)

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  15. i love klimt very much and you can be so proud of this, it is stunning!!!

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous...my favorite possibly...is it all painting or is there any napkin tucked in there? I love it!!!!

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  17. Oh how stunning, love the pece can't wait to see what the cutting and gluing process turns out.

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  18. She's beautiful. The face looks like ivory. Have you ever seen the old Frech brass statues that have ivory faces?

    Darla

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  19. Over the years I've seen artists use that Klimt work as inspiration - this is definitely one of the nicest ones I've seen...beautiful work.

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  20. Yes, you certainly were! Gorgeous!

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  21. Wondermous! Love Klimt's work and this is great!! Gina at Joyful Purpose has a Klimt inspired workshop going on.
    Mary

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  22. This is great! I wish I could do mixed media!!!

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