Monday, August 13, 2007

"The Kiss"



A few years ago, I made this fabric version of Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss" as a special order for a client. (You can click on photo for a larger version.) The finished version was about 30" long - a large piece of work for me. Here was my chance to use all kinds of fabrics, from cottons to sheers, and a great opportunity to embellish with beads, buttons and sequins. The end result was quite glitzy, and my clients loved it. They had it professionally framed, but I never did see the final result. It was a new experience to work on an interpretation of an artist's work. I do love the decorative quality of Klimt's work and some day I'd love to do a version of one of Matisse's paintings for myself.

3 comments:

Carol said...

It's beautiful. I too love Klimt and Kaudinsky.

Judy Scott said...

Thankyou for the message on my blog, your work is lovely and this one is outstanding, Jx

Meg said...

Absolutely beautiful work. Actually, I have a Picasso print I have been saving for ages that I had an idea to embroider and quilt. Oh I wish I had time right now to get started. You are so inspiring, Judy!