2.07.2008

Color Schemes

Sadie's Work
February 2008

My iTunes: A Long and Sad Goodbye by Lenny Kravitz
(I am all over this CD right now...it is amazing and I can't get it out of my head!)

Slow day today...thanks for all your encouraging comments from yesterday! I think I am shutting down a bit in anticipation of my better half getting here soon.

This is a piece of Sadie's artwork and I have been wanting to post it for awhile. I see it every day on my fridge. She has a great art teacher and seems to be enjoying the class although her teacher works them VERY hard! I loved this. The colors, the shapes, the patterns. The actual size of this is 10x10. Starting from the left top triangle and going clockwise you have monochromatic, cool, achromatic, triad, split complementary, analogous, complementary, and then warm.
Very cool. I don't remember doing stuff like this in school.

Have a great Friday everyone!

11 comments:

Sarch said...

Realy nice...well done Sadie.

Tracy said...

That's some pleasant refrigerator art!

kenju said...

Tell Sadie I like it very much! I used to do similar exercises in art class, although not so involved as that. I have one framed and it hangs on the wall in my bedroom. Maybe I'll try to photograph it and post it. It's not as good as Sadie's!!

Anna said...

That's so awesome. Good work Sadie! I can't do anything artistic with out using a computer so I'm always amazed when other people are able to create something as cool as that...

CG said...

Please tell Sadie she's very talented...like her mum!

photowannabe said...

Boy, I don't remember this type of art in school either. A beautiful challenge...well done Sadie.
You sound more up today. hang in there and here's an extra hug for you. {{{hug}}}

Mike said...

Beautiful! Sadie is quite an artist.

Tell her to keep it up and post some of her projects here so we can see what she has been up to!

John Roberts said...

It looks like stained glass - very cool!

Kerri said...

Like mother, like daughter! How Talented. This is Beautiful!

JAM said...

Wow, that's beautiful.

I thought at first it was a stained glass window from your UK time.

Rebecca said...

Wow, I love this!

Sadie, this beautiful.