Proximity is one of the five basic principles of design. How close or how far or in wet alignment are the elements you’re working with arranged in your design? Are you thinking about proximity? By grouping similar elements together or in a close proximity, you create a relationship between those elements. Proximity also works with providing a focal point we’re giving the reader an idea of where they should focus their attention.
When I am creating I understand the proximity doesn’t mean at the elements have to be placed together, it means they should be visually connected in someway. I can use size, fabric colors, or shapes. The following picture as an example of proximity.
I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has given me strength, that he considered me trustworthy, appointing me to his service. 1 Timothy 1:12
It’s Friday and I’m so glad to be able to sit down and talk about where I get my faith and hope from. For me my faith comes from knowing that Jesus Christ died on the cross for my sins. And that one day he will come back at the end of this world and we all as believers will be united as one. My hope it is built on nothing less then the whole Bible.
The faith I have in my ability to create comes from above. As I’m look towards the coming months and years I ask myself what do you hope for? Are you hope full that you’ll be able to continue creating beautiful pieces of art? I’m hopeful that the rest of my days I will be able to share the love I have for my family and friends and the belief that I’ve been saved I will be reunited one day with Family that has passed away and gone to heaven.
Here are a few of my creations that were inspired by my heavenly Father.
Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurection of Jesus Christ from the dead 1 Peter 1:3
It’s Monday morning. And it’s time for me to create. For some of you living is not really living unless you can sew. I’m still thinking about the five basic principles of design. In my last post I spoke about alignment. It you did not read that post let me tell you a bit about alignment. Alignment creates a sharp, or more ordered design.
Repetition strengtens a design by tying together multiple individual elements. The consistent repetition of an element like color, shape. or texture and set a project apart.
In this quilt that I have created the repetition in the word FREEDOM is the repetition. Also I’ve created repetition in the color scheme. In the background of this quilt I use red fabrics. For the lettering I use a variety of black fabrics. So in this quilt there are two repetitions. The two repetitions are; color, pattern.
In your next design to enhance your creativity and target the audience you would like to with your creativity.
The thief come only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full. John 10:10
How many times have you told yourself I would do that task someday. For me this Sunday is something I use for hanging out with my friends. I will put it off meeting with a girlfriend over a couple coffee or a quick lunch to continue creating in my studio.
But I have decided that every great artist needs time off. So when a group of ladies from my church planned a trip on the Amtrak train to San Diego I signed up. It was amazing to be create greatness I just spending time with an amazing group of women. I’m so glad I decided to step out of my studio and into the world around me. I challenge you to step out and step in two an amazing experience when you decide to hang out with some of your friends and family.
So throughout the day I was inspired by architecture, jewelry, and everything else I was exposed to. Here are few of the pictures of the items that inspired me.
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. If you really know me, you really know my Father as well. From now on, you do know him an have seen him.” John 14:6