The Roy G Biv colour for October is grey

Taking part in the challenge again this month, although I seem to get later each time! I don’t use a lot of grey in my work but found quite a few photos featuring grey – hope you enjoy them. For links to other participants go to Julie’s blog here & Jennifer’s blog here.

Boats on a grey day in Tasmania

Boats on a grey day in Tasmania

Path at a pottery village in Japan - made from pottery pieces.

Path at a pottery village in Japan – made from pottery pieces.

Manhole cover.

Manhole cover.

Strangler vine.

Strangler vine.

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Procion dyed in grey.

Palm tree trunk, Darwin

Palm tree trunk, Darwin

Denmark coastal landscape.

Denmark coastal landscape.

My studio during the Armadale Hills Open Studio Arts Trail.

My studio during the Armadale Hills Open Studio Arts Trail.

The Open Studio was successful – I had lots of lovely visitors and some good sales. Thank you to everyone who visited mine and the other artist studios. Hoping it will become an annual event.

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14 Comments

  1. Hi Linda,
    This month got away from me, too. There are only so many things one can fit in. I think your grays are grayte! I especially like the organic closeups and the pottery path images. Hope your open studio time was successful. It’s great to get a peek into another’s work space. Cheers.

    • Thanks Roxanne – I’m grey-tful for your comment! I love the pottery path too – really enjoyed visiting that place & have loads of photos

  2. I like the strangler vine image – could be a great Riso screen 🙂 I really enjoyed all the open studios and one of the things I liked about yours especially was the folders of samples – very inspiring.

    • Thanks Liz, I did edit that photo a little with a view to making a thermofax screen – haven’t gone further with it yet. Glad you enjoyed the studio trail.

  3. Sorry to have made it over here so belatedly…it was worth the wait! That pottery path is marvelous – and I was surprised to read that the next image was a manhole cover, as opposed to a detail of the path – it’s equally lovely! As was the tree…and on & on!

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