TWELVTY: Episode 12

The Golden Glow of Ochre, Ginger, Saffron & Spice.

 

Orange-Yellow

We close out this adventure around the color wheel with gold,  the color of sunshine, amber and honey.

All that glitters is not gold.”

~ William Shakespeare

 

Art is Everywhere!

Looking for colors in everyday places can spark creative ideas. Where can you find orange-yellow around you?


You can always join me in Pinterest for color inspiration.


Show ‘n’ Tell

For TWELVTY this year I’m making a series of small mixed media pieces for each color. They range in size from postcard size (ish) down to really-weeny-small.

At the end of the project I’ll assemble them into some bigger multicolored somethings. For now I’m focussed on one color at a time, and playing with ideas. Every month I’ll share some of my process with you here in this blog.

Here is how my month of yellow-orange took shape.


These are some of my favourite bits I worked on during the month of Orange-Yellow. Some feel like finished pieces, and some might get combined together when I return to them at the end of the year

…. more news on that coming very soon!

Would you like to play?

TWELVTY is a project anyone can join, at any time. It can be as big or as small as you like. It’s yours to make your own. Get your free TWELVTY Guide here

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Hi – I’m Mixy!

This is Mixy 🙂

I’m a mixed media & textile artist from London, UK.

I love to share what I’m making, and I hope it brings some inspiration to your creative time.

You can see what I’m making on this blog, and in these places too

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