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I like the designs of the Art Deco era and was inspired to produce a painting featuring 1920’s fashion. There is also a slight influence of the 1930’s British ceramic artist Clarice Cliff…I refer to the tree shape. I had to think very carefully when I painted snowflakes…because I was scared stiff I would ruin it with big white blobs. I suppose we all learn something from ecah picture we paint.

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1930s, art deco, fashion, flappers, range, red, snow, thirties

Comments

  • trickyruby
    trickyrubyalmost 7 years ago

    love it! you have captured the era well, great job.

  • Bryan Villamin
    Bryan Villaminalmost 7 years ago

    Very nice

  • BLYTHART
    BLYTHARTalmost 7 years ago

    I’d never heard of Clarice Cliff – thanks for enlightening me. Great painting.

  • Firedrake
    Firedrakealmost 7 years ago

    Lovely stylish image

  • Hiroko
    Hirokoalmost 7 years ago

    This is a wonderful design…very nicely done!

  • purelydecorative
    purelydecorativeover 6 years ago

    Gorgeous!

  • Emser
    Emserover 6 years ago

    I love this! Great job

  • margo
    margoover 6 years ago

    This is great Anni. Love the design and choice of colours.

  • Michael J Armijo
    Michael J Armijoover 6 years ago

    What? You like Art Deco, too? Me TOO!!! I think we lived during that time…I might’ve danced with you ‘then’. LOL…I love this…I have a fashion friend who would appreciate. It’s in my faves to buy…later. :)

  • Thanks Michael. I am enjoying watching some DVD’s of Hercule Poirot at the moment, they are filmed with the most marvellous Art Deco sets. The era has a wealth of romance and beauty. The down side…the flat roofs of Art Deco houses. I think flat roofs should be avoided, as from my experience they cause nothing but problems.

    – Anni Morris

  • SarahNiebank
    SarahNiebankover 5 years ago

    I really love her dress…nice!
    sarah

  • Thank you Sarah. As a teenager I used to love sketching new outfits and dreamt of being a fashion designer. The art deco period interests me, the architecture, furniture and clothes. I wanted to incorporate this interest in a painting.Thank you for looking at my work and commenting :) ~ Anni

    – Anni Morris

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