Lollipop Swirl Raw Edge Quilt


Lollipop Swirl Raw Edge Quilt, an amazing and modern work that should be done with tranquility and that brings a spectacular result. This quilt in bedroom decoration can make the environment cheerful and sweet, besides being very delicate. It is worth making products like this that exalt our craftsmanship. Clearly explained, this tutorial can be done easily and practically. Remember that the colors of your quilt will vary according to your taste, so make a good choice. Select your fabric according to the décor of the room you wish to quilt. This type of bedspread is present in your home, always well prepared to receive your guests. It is a good choice of merchandise for sale, because it is an innovative piece and needs time to be completed.

Certainly, when doing your work, you have the habit of having several doubts about how is the best way to do a perfect job, and we know what it is like to have this questioning. However, with care and peace of mind it is possible to accomplish amazing works. The quilt is the kind of craft that, although easy, may require more patience when it comes to structuring the piece. This type of quilt is present in your home, always well prepared to receive your visitors. It is a good choice of merchandise for sale, as it is an innovative piece and needs time to complete.

Certainly, when doing your work, you have the habit of having several doubts about how is the best way to do a perfect job, and we know what it is like to have this questioning. However, with care and peace of mind it is possible to accomplish amazing works. A quilt is the kind of craft that, although easy, may require more patience when it comes to structuring the piece.

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Abstract art or abstractionism is generally understood as an art form (especially in the visual arts) that does not represent objects proper to our outer concrete reality. Instead, it uses formal relationships between colors, lines, and surfaces to compose the reality of the work in a “non-representational” way. It arises from the experiences of the European avant-garde, which rejects the Renaissance heritage of the art academies, in other words, Greco-Roman aesthetics. The term can also be used to refer specifically to the art produced in the early 20th century by certain movements and schools that generically fall under modern art. In the early 20th century, before artists reached absolute abstraction, the term was also used to refer to schools such as cubism and futurism, which, although representational and figurative, sought to synthesize the elements of natural reality, resulting in works that eschewed the simple imitation of what was “concrete”.

Abstractionism is divided into two trends:

Lyrical Abstractionism – Lyrical abstractionism, expressive abstractionism or even informal abstractionism was inspired by instinct, the unconscious and intuition to construct an imaginary art linked to an “inner need”. He was influenced by expressionism, more specifically by The Blue Knight movement. Organic forms and vibrant colors are evident in this trend. The Russian artist living in Germany, Wassily Kandinsky, inaugurated abstractionism in the West with his First Abstract Watercolor, of 1910. Kandinsky advocates the use of abstract forms as a means to achieve transcendence not through the recognizable forms of observable reality, as traditional academic art does, but through the pure elements of visual art, such as lines, colors, geometric shapes – the circle, the square, the triangle – points, etc. The artist makes analogies with musical composition, which is an abstract art by definition, to achieve abstraction in visual art. This is why his paintings are the first to have titles that refer to music – composition, rhythm, etc.

Geometric Abstractionism – Geometric abstractionism, unlike lyrical abstractionism, focuses on rationalization that relies on intellectual and scientific analysis. It was influenced by cubism and futurism.

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