Mijn eerste tekening na een bijzondere treinreis door Zwitserland: een bijdrage voor Annette’s 13 de mozaïek. Met mijn eigen werk heb ik reeds een kleine mosaïc gevormd. Deze keer was de opdracht zwart/wit en een éénvoudige string maar prachtige eindresultaten zullen  binnenkort tevoorschijn komen op Annette’s site. Je kan tot 15 mei een inzending sturen om je werk geïntegreerd te zien in de grote mozaëken die Annette telkens met veel zorg samenstelt. Op mijn tile heb ik volgende tangles gebruikt: Tipple, Printemps, Boucle, Columbine, Zander, Mathura, Spluk, Mashed en Afterglo. Ik was aangenaam verrast om bij het vomen van deze mosaëik, onverwachts mijn eigen Tupi te zien opduiken.

My first drawing after a wonderful trainjourney trough Switzerland: an entry for Annette’s 13 th mosaïc. I have made already a small one with my own work.  This time the challenge was to draw only in black/white with an uncomplicated string but I’m sure beautiful results will appear in a few weeks on Annette’s site. You can still send in a tile until May the 15 th. to see your work integrated in the gorgeous mosaïcs, formed by Annette. On my contribution I have used the following tangles: Tipple, Printemps, Boucle, Columbine, Zander, Mathura, Spluk, Mashed and Afterglo. It was a nice surprise to see appearing suddenly  my own Tupi when I put 4 tiles together.




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    Oh, Ria, yes, YOU are back, but you got crazy on your train trip or got loaded with new tangle energy. Look at all those tiny details! What patience. Absolutely gorgeous!!! And our tangle Spluk strategically cleverly placed. LOL. Welcome back, Ria

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      Ria Matheussen says:

      Wow, thank you Susie for this kind feedback. I didn’t touch a pen in a whole week but now I’m glad to fall back in my old habits. I saw many tangles (unfortunately already existed)painted on the houses. I have taken many pictures and will show a few on my next blogpost…
      This is really a fun project and I’m always curious to see the big mosaïcs and my own work integrated.
      Have a nice sundayevening. (I just woke up and have eaten my Bircher Muesli…)

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