9/7/08

Around My House

Some beautiful shapes, colors, and patterns -

Pears purchased at my local market -



Vases from Ikea -



and I was inspired to do these... (click to enlarge)

17 comments:

sooziebee said...

ooh these look lovely, how do you get the colour palette thing across the bottom?

Red Fish Circle said...

eezy cheezy with Photoshop:)

Amy said...

oh i just love what your inspiration has brought you!

amy.gunson said...

This is great! I love seeing how you went from real-life to a colour palette and then basic forms and worked them into two great patterns!

I really love this and it makes me want to give it a try. And, of course, wonder when we'll get to buy!

ZenCrafter said...

The original photographs and the prints are wonderful! Thanks for showing your inspiration--it's so illuminating to see how an artist gets inspired!

Jeanette said...

Just lovely, I love visiting your blog!

ellencrimitrent said...

very nice miss Amy!! I am finally back to work again, and happy to be doing so.

daisy janie : scoutie girl said...

What a great translation of your inspiration! Very nice.

Bean said...

so, have you ordered this fabric from spoonflower in great quantity so we can buy it RIGHT NOW??!! *Grin*

Red Fish Circle said...

Thanks everybody!

kim said...

mmmm, yummy! i love seeing your inspirations, too :)

coloredsock said...

ok so i left the first comment, but my feeder ate it up. hee. i love what is hanging round your house! so fun to see what's inspiring you and where it takes you. really cool patterns and palettes! keep it goin, girl... i'm lovin it.

Eve00Night said...

All I can say is WOW, I am jealous of your creativity!! :)

kitty stitch said...

Really love these, they have a nice 1950s feel to them.

Amanda Clair Clark said...

I was just browsing fabric blogs and I just wanted to say this design is "Creative & Beautiful"!

Amanda

Laurie said...

Really fantastic! Are you selling these fabrics?

Red Fish Circle said...

Thanks Laurie, no not selling these at this time, possibly in the future. I am trying to sell the actual print itself.