Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Rosy Reflections...

Rosy Reflections
I did this Twisty Town before our trip to Kerry but actually  it wasn't unlike some of the scenery we saw while we were there (albeit not in shades of red!).  I thought I'd try something a wee bit different with this one, hence the lake with the house reflected.  Am not entirely sure if it worked or not but, sure, we have to keep experimenting.

I keep seeing other bloggers posting art for Summer of Colour which is a project run by Kristin from Twinkle Twinkle and always wanted to join in but haven't quite managed to and typically when I checked it out to see what the colour was for this week, I saw that I just missed the red week which finished on Sunday! It's purple this week, by the way but dang it, if I didn't already post my Purple Haze twisty town last week! If only I'd checked it out sooner I would've had the right colours by happy coincidence! There are only 3 weeks left of Summer of Colour so I may not get to join in with it now after all but I'll keep a better eye out for the next project!





8 comments:

  1. the reflection on the lake works beautifully,, I love this one!!

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  2. Fun and quirky. I particularly like the tree side details!

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  3. Gorgeous red twisty town! You can make an orange one for next week. :)

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  4. Love this, looks like fun & somehow makes me remember (although it's nothing like it) but, reading Dr Suess books to my babes when they were toddlers, the colour makes it surreal & fun & love the way the scene twists around the sides of canvas too - wonderful :)

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  5. Hello Nicola, thanks for the map recommendation (Amanda, from Poppies and Ice Cream). Your art is pretty, kind of dreamy, keep going :)

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  6. These are too cute for words! A childrens book is surely next for this lovely Twisty Town!!

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  7. oh wow!!! this is such a neat piece with all the tones and shades...love it and the thickness of your canvas!!!!

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