Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Fearless color


What an amazing day! Even the people who said they had no hang ups or problems with selecting colors, amazed themselves with their results.  I can't tell you what the limits  I gave them were, but I can let the outcomes speak for themselves,  one very happy group of happy campers who were working entirely out of their color comfort zones. 






These next few used an image for color inspiration.
Ignore the advertising logo at the top and focus on the rest of the page.

There was much more, but this is a taste.  Tomorrow is another day and another class. Can't wait!


7 comments:

Deborah Boschert said...

Wow! That bird image and the pieced inspiration is killing me! Awesome.

Eva said...

You never end going for something new! I love that. This is modern art for sure. I used to have the concept to freshen up any color combination by using one color that doesn't fit in. But this goes beyond limits. Anything can be tried if the intention is clear.
What a great method.

tiedyejudy said...

Awesome! Looks like a great class, with lots of challenges. I'm looking forward to this winter when I will have more time to play with your free-form techniques, and maybe even try my hand at string quilting!

Dianne Koppisch Hricko said...

It is wonderful when teaching leaves the teacher excited. These look terrific.

Linda Hicks said...

Always new angles from you. Am heading up to get out your two books once more!

Candy said...

We ha two great days playing with " what if". Thanks Rayna.

Marsha Bray said...

Thank you so much Rayna! It was a truly wonderful experience. I've posted some pictures on by blog at marshabray.com