Hello and welcome to a Style Imitating Art. Today is the day that the three hosts, (Salazar, Daenel, and me ) unveil our interpretations of the chosen artwork.
What Is Style Imitating Art?
Style Imitating Art is hosted by Salazar of 14 Shades of Grey, Daenel of Living Outside the Stacks, and me. Style Imitating Art challenges us to draw style inspiration from pieces of art. Every other Monday one of us selects an inspiration image and we each post the image on our blogs. The following Monday we share our art-inspired outfits. The following Wednesday, the curator shares all of the submissions on her blog.
This Week’s Presenter
That would be me. Last Monday, I first presented this work with some small background about one of Canada’s best know artists, Tom Thomson.
This Week‘s Inspirational Work
Snow Shadows by Tom Thomson
I thought this was a beautiful painting and really didn’t worry if I had anything in my closet that would fit it. These colors are so vibrant and most things in my closet are pretty subdued. But then there is tweed! Some tweeds are woven with a massive amount of colors and textures. The jacket that I chose for this painting has a mixture of mauve, grey, black, white, and tan. Those are some of the colors in “Snow Shadows”.I paired it with black American Eagle jeans and a black short sleeve Pendleton turtleneck,
I’ve had this jacket for over ten years and call it my Chanel want-a-be. I found it on a clearance rack at TJ Maxx.
It has a modern flair with a black chain running down the middle of the black trim. Sometimes, I wish it had full-length sleeves but it still looks good.
I also like the back gathered detail that also has the trim but no chain.
Well, that’s enough of me.
Shoes and Bag
As my title says, I picked purple shoes and bags. My flats are a metallic finish from Marc Fisher Shoes. My bag is rather special for me. I worked with a small fledgling company about four years ago. 2Rivers Africa produced leather wares that were homegrown and made in Nigeria. Unfortunately, I think went out of business during Covid. I did a feature on them back in July 2017.
It’s now your turn.
I hope you find something in this work that inspired you and didn’t mind the small journey into the knitting universe. Send me what you come up with at email@example.com along with a small blurb on how the work influenced your choices by tomorrow.
I will do a roundup this Wednesday featuring all your designs. I hope Rosa’s sheep inspired you.
Take care everyone and stay creative!
That would be me.