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Studio Saturday-Kandinsky and Color

Welcome to Studio Saturday! Each week one of our contributors gives you a sneak peek into their studio, creative process or inspirations. We ask a related question of our readers and hope you’ll leave comments! As an incentive we offer a free prize each week to bribe you to use that keyboard. The following week we choose a random winner.
Last weeks winner is Nancy Congratulations! You have won a Jangles Bead from the studio of Jennifer Heynen. Send Jennifer an e-mail with your address and she will get it right out to you.
This week we visit the studio of Tari Sasser of Creative Impressions In Clay
Our Monthly Challenge for this month is Kandinsky’s Farbstudie Quadrate. I love Kandinsky! The color, oh I love the color. Color is everything to me. Lots of intense color.
This is a tile I made in 1998 that hangs on my studio wall and I look at everyday.
Use, experiment and play with color. You have nothing to loose and everything to gain!
This is the back of my favorite coat. I painted this patch and more that go around the edge and sleeves of the coat, probably 4 or 5 years ago. I painted more patches that went on 2 chenille hoodies for myself and my daughter. Kandinsky inspires!

I got home late last night from my daughter’s house. I was helping set up for my granddaughters birthday party, which is today.

These five 2″ buttons were glazed when I got home.
It was going to be a rushed firing. I crossed my fingers and hoped they would turn out so I could show you this morning.
I painted and experimented with the colors. It was wonderful and calming.
I have to say, I miss painting. I haven’t the time to paint in a long time and I miss getting lost in it and the calming therapeutic effects it has on me when I paint.
This weeks question:
Tell me about your experiments with color!
Leave your comments you could win one of my Kandinsky buttons shown above!