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A - Z : C = Colour / Couleur

Maryline Collioud-Robert est une artiste qui sait jouer avec la couleur.
Maryline Collioud-Robert is an artist who knows how to play with colors.

Riflesso

Riflesso, detail

Stamps


Fragments 2

Paysage imaginaire

Ghost plants3

Ghost plants3, detail

J'ai eu la chance de suivre un de ses cours,"Coudre la couleur" (lire ici), un vrai bonheur !
I had the chance to follow one of her courses, "Sewing the color" (read here), a real happiness!

Maryline Collioud-Robert

Site : http://www.marylinecollioudrobert.com/
Blog : http://maryandpatch.blogspot.com/




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  1. did you make them? wow! love the colours :)

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    1. These lovely quilts were made by Maryline Collioud-Robert. I took a class with her, but I'm not ready to make such beautiful quilts ;)

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  2. Oh wow these are beautiful. Fragments 2 is my favourite from this lot.

    Suzy Someday Somewhere AtoZ

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  3. Oh wow, I love all the colors! Especially the first one. Then again I love all colorful things :)

    The Multicolored Diary

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  4. I have to admit I think I prefer the leaf ones rather than the ones with the bright colours, although the patterning is amazing in all of them.
    Tasha 💖
    Virginia's Parlour - The Manor (Adult concepts - nothing explicit in posts)
    Tasha's Thinkings - Vampire Drabbles

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  5. Color combinations seem to have infinite possibilities.

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  6. Two contrasting styles in these examples, almost as if they were produced by different people.

    My A-Z tale!

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    1. Yes you are right, she has a large palette of quilts so differents

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  7. Fantastique! Tres inspirant. ;^)

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  8. These are all great combinations of colors, and quite inspiring. Thank you for sharing them.

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  9. How fun to learn about a quilter I did not know who has such talent with color!

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  10. Wow! did you make those color quilts? they are fantastic!

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    1. Oh I would so badly!! No, no, these quilts were made by Maryline Collioud-Robert ;)

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  11. Amazing stuff . . . I do like it when folk are not frightened to use strong colours and bold design. Quilting is an impressive craft and when done well always looks good.

    And thanks again for the visits particularly as my own A to Z is not the most cheery of subjects this year.

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  12. Normally I don't really like the embellished quilts as much, but these are astonishing! Thanks for sharing.
    Black and White (Words and Pictures)

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  13. Such beautiful quilts! Thanks for sharing the work; I'd never have come across it otherwise.

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  14. These are all so good! I especially like "Paysage imaginaire." Those colors give me peaceful thoughts.

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  15. Beautiful colors! Such a time consuming job though with all the little squares. I have patience but I don't know if I have that much!

    https://scr4pl80.wordpress.com/2020/04/03/a-to-z-challenge-2020-clapton/

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  16. Colours come together so beautifully on a quilt - don't they?
    My Letter C

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  17. Always thrilled with your finds!
    https://katytrailcreations.com/2020/04/03/cups-coffee-and-more-cups-letter-c/

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  18. So full of colour and so pleasing to the eyes!

    Visiting from namysaysso.com

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  19. Each one so vivid and beyond spectacular! Don't think I want to pick a favourite, all of them are magnificent.

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  20. I just read something a grieving father said after losing his 7 yo son to cancer: "life is like a theater play. It doesn't matter how lenghty it was, bu how colorful it was."
    That being said, I like your colorful quilts.

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  21. I am totally blind, so cannot see colors anymore (except in my mind’s eye). I love learning about colors and color combinations though. They can add so much beauty to any artwork or really anything.

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  22. Maryline's use of color is fabulous. I especially love the geometry of the first two.

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  23. So wonderful. The bright pop of color feels especially welcome in my world at the moment.

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  24. They are all so beautiful and the use of colour is quite masterful!

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  25. Oh wow, the detail work on some of those is amazing.

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  26. The details and the colour contrasts are so beautiful
    Happy Blogging :)
    C is for Crime
    https://thedreamgirlwrites.wordpress.com/2020/04/03/crime/

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  27. Very nice quilts. I lived in Pennsylvania Amish country for most of my life, so I've seen more than my share of handmade quilts. Fun theme. Have a great April!

    J Lenni Dorner~ Co-host of the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference& Speculative Fiction Author

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  28. Formidable! Lovely work in color! Thanks and have a colorful day!

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  29. They are all lovely, but the first one really captures my eye. It looks like so many painted fingernails.

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  30. I could spend a lot of time looking at Fragments 2.
    https://findingeliza.com/

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  31. Beautiful quilts. I especially like the Stamps one.Weekends In Maine

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  32. These are gorgeous! Colors bring such sparks of joy.

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  33. Wow! My favorites are the bright, abstract ones!

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  34. I love this collection of colour Frederique.
    The last one reminds me of Monet's water lily pond. Beautiful.

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  35. Oh my! These are stunning! I love them.

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  36. Beautiful colours! I think I'm getting ideas to redecorate my bedroom :-)

    An A-Z of Faerie: Cù Sìth

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  37. Bonjour Frédérique, je suis en retard pour lire tes articles a-z. C'est super fascinant! Je devrai faire du temps pour lire le restant. Il y a beaucoup d'artistes merveilleux! Merci beaucoup de les partager avec nous, et merci d'avoir affiché ton article avec Free Motion Mavericks!

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