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Jules Querin (1860-1922) the traditional Japanese color combinations (as in real life not real harmonies) used for centuries in Japanese art and design.

Jules Querin (1860-1922) the traditional Japanese color combinations (as in real life not real harmonies) used for centuries in Japanese art and design.

Steven Alexander, The Primrose Path, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 48x36 inches

Steven Alexander, The Primrose Path, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 48x36 inches

According to research carried out by the Institute for Color Research, between 62% and 90% of the subconscious judgments we make about a person, environment, or product within the first 90 seconds are based on color alone.

How to Pick the Perfect Color for Any Purpose

According to research carried out by the Institute for Color Research, between 62% and 90% of the subconscious judgments we make about a person, environment, or product within the first 90 seconds are based on color alone.

silkkikuikka fabric - means “great crested grebe” in finnish

silkkikuikka fabric - means “great crested grebe” in finnish

“Where Does Red Begin and Where Does it End” by artist Spencer Finch is an intriguing piece of watercolour art I happened to come across. It is “a study of the margins of the color red documenting its gradual shift between orange and violet.” Such an intriguing concept of wondering where the boundaries of colour are. Many times, one person’s ‘red’ is another person’s ‘orange’. When you stare at this piece, where does the red begin and end for you?

“Where Does Red Begin and Where Does it End” by artist Spencer Finch is an intriguing piece of watercolour art I happened to come across. It is “a study of the margins of the color red documenting its gradual shift between orange and violet.” Such an intriguing concept of wondering where the boundaries of colour are. Many times, one person’s ‘red’ is another person’s ‘orange’. When you stare at this piece, where does the red begin and end for you?

Gerhard Richter, Nuancier  1966, 70 cm x 65 cm, Émail sur toile  Catalogue Raisonné: 139-1. Tomado de http://www.gerhard-richter.com/art/paintings/abstracts/detail.php?paintid=5789#

Gerhard Richter, Nuancier 1966, 70 cm x 65 cm, Émail sur toile Catalogue Raisonné: 139-1. Tomado de http://www.gerhard-richter.com/art/paintings/abstracts/detail.php?paintid=5789#

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