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Before and After Challenge, Virginia Wieringa

June 25, 2009

Notes on the Challenge:  Click here for complete details about the Before and After challenge. I will keep the challenge open for at least a couple of weeks, or long enough to get as many participants as possible.

I have decided to devote an individual blog post to each artist, so that we can take our time and comment as much as we like. I will post them as they come in. Please bear with me. This could take a while, but I think it’s going to be fun.

I hope you’ll go back through each post in the Challenge and share your thoughts.

Next is:

Virginia Wieringa

Here’s my piece. I posted five of the many stops on the journey on my blog.

I think I would have been satisfied on the second stage, but I took a suggestion and it didn’t work. Now that I pushed it close to the edge, I like the finished product. Obviously, the middle stages had to happen.

Thank you for sharing your work, Virginia. I’ll be interested to see what comments we get on both blogs.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 26, 2009 9:54 am

    I particularly enjoy the red and black grid on the upper left and the introduction of the color squares on the right.

    The swooping curving lines also ad nice movement to the piece.

  2. June 26, 2009 11:21 am

    Virginia, I really love seeing all of the stages that got you to the end result, and seeing your process. Stages two and three of the four stages look like complete works as well. Your final one also works well with its richness and depth.

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