Monday, 21 May 2012

Gauche Project - In the style of


My latest project is up on the 
and this time I chose to focus on 
 another artist and create something 
in that style.


I chose the Austrian artist 


(paper napkin background, sprayed with yummy Dylusions)
All the details are on the blog,
 please go over and have a look
by clicking


(neon paint, rather out of my usual colour palette!)
I am in LOVE with the art of
Mr Hundertwasser!

XXX


14 comments:

BadPenny said...

I'm going......

Virginia said...

Oh my Joanna that post is simply awesome, loving the artwork - utterly gorgeous - really must get a couple of those gauche kits ordered!

craftattack said...

Beautiful. Hundertwasser's work is really fab! Valerie

Monica said...

Now hang on wall somewhere you see it frequently and you can say "I can't believe i made the whole thing". It's fabulous.

sugar Creek said...

Just beautiful!
Thank you the comment on my doorhangers!xx

Terri Neggers said...

Ooohh, I love that...I'll have to check that out. I finally started work on your last tutorial on gauche alchemy yesterday, then came to a screeching halt where you told us quite sternly to let it dry overnight! I'm looking forward to getting back to it...

Terri Neggers said...

Ooohh, I love that...I'll have to check that out. I finally started work on your last tutorial on gauche alchemy yesterday, then came to a screeching halt where you told us quite sternly to let it dry overnight! I'm looking forward to getting back to it...

Printed Material said...

I was first introduced to Hundertwasser's work by textile artist Angie Hughes and for some reason I thought he was 19th century like Klimt. When I found out he was modern I was really surprised and then tried to find out more. I love his building work in Vienna more than some of his paintings. A singular man with a singular vision. No wonder he inspired you Jo.

Sam said...

Fab, love the neon, I will go and check it out! x

missy k said...

I've never heard of Mr H!

Like where you've taken your inspiration............

Lenna Young Andrews said...

You did a great job, my friend. Your gauche post is simply awesome . . . I love the way you present your projects, Jo! This one really came out yummy too! whoo hoo!

Susan T said...

What a name! Hundertwasser. I must confess I have never heard of him. But you have prompted me to look at his work.

Margaret said...

I love his work!! the kids did a project at school, constructing towers from boxes and decorating with mosaic tiles, fab!
Love your neons, they work really well, even if it's not the usual you! Mx

JaN's ArTy JouRneY said...

Oh Jo, I love that...I'll have to check that out too! ;)
Jan x