Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Days 4 and 5 or....Flowers of Different Colors

On day 4 I played with lumps of clay that were laying on my work table. I really do need to clean up my work area once in a while! I like to mix colors!!! Mixing colors is one of my favorite things to do. Not just clay...I like mixing paint colors, too. I mixed several lumps together and got a lovely coral color. I decided it looked pretty good with some left over Midnight Blue that was sitting there so this is the flower that came from this combo.


Next I had some of the coral left over so I lightened it with white and put it with some lavender.


For this last flower I used the left over lightened coral and added some yellow that was sitting there to get more of an orange. I put the orange with some brown and a buttery yellow that were just waiting for this opportunity and got two canes with a bit of a Mexican flare. I really like how this flower turned out!!


Just a note: I made the canes on day 4 and the flowers on day 5.

blessings, ZudaGay

7 comments:

marion said...

Nice work, Zuda, particularly like the last one, it's gorgeous!

Precious Quilts said...

Gosh Zuda, I always love your work but the Mexican flare flower is amazing! So vibrant, just wonderful ;)

Sixsisters said...

Very beautiful. You are truly a master at this medium.

Judy Nolan said...

Let's hear it for "play," Zuda! These are beautiful!

Jean Levert Hood said...

Incredible, Zuda, Wow! and as Play?? I think I've said it before, but you know how I love color, and the sublte color shading and differences are so lovely. You are a master at this!

rosepostcards said...

Just love how you work with color. They are all beautiful, but the last one is stunning.

Beth

manamoon said...

Oh Zuda, these floral focals are absolutely GORGEOUS!! I love the colors you've mixed, truly exquisite! I'm like you and love to mix colors. I used to be a decorative interior painter and mixing colors to create my own shades was one of my favorite things to do!

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