Friday, March 30, 2012

Kandinsky Inspired Planter

I have several square terra cotta  planters that I wanted to do something with and decided that since I love the style of Kandinsky, I would just do a planter with the Kandinsky concentric circles. It was a fun project and I think it adds a great POP of color.
First I painted a base coat of color, then measured my pot to see how large each section needed to be and marked a grid so that I would stay within the area. 

Then painted..painted...painted till I had all the area filled in.

Here it is....
What do you think?
Transformations from the Heart


  1. I was not familiar with Kandinsky so I looked him I see why you're a fan. I liked a lot of his stuff too! I have to say the circles were probably my fave...good choice. Your planter is fun and I love your colors. Thanks for sharing at the Rock 'N Share! I followed back on GFC.

    1. Thanks~I do love his colors and simplicity of some of his work. Makes it easy for someone like me. ha, ha,

  2. Awesome! I bought a print like this from Ikea years ago and love all the colour combinations. I appreciate how much patience it would have taken to create this piece!

    All the best,

    Claire @

  3. Very neat art work! I love the colors. Thanks so much for sharing with the newbie party. Enjoy!

    1. Thanks Debbie~I loved being able to finally share a project over on your blog.

  4. I'm having some serious love, love, love for this project! So fun!

    I'm pinning ...



  5. Thanks Linda~It was a fun project. :0)

  6. Beautiful and colorful! Perfect for spring!

    Thanks for sharing at Simply Klassic!


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