Color: A Balancing Act 2
What is the “emotional loading of a space”?
Says Helen Gurura, an internationally accredited colour design consultant, and executive vice-president of the International Association of Color Consultants (IACC). “Feelings can be evoked through colour at even an unconscious level and this gives rise to the term “colour emotion”, defined as “an associated feeling [...]
“What is color? No object of itself alone has color. We know that even the most brightly colored object, if taken into total darkness, loses its color. Therefore, if an object is dependent upon light for color, color must be a property of light. And so it is.” Paul Outerbridge, Photographer 1896 – 1958
In the post, “Color Rendering [...]
by reporter Michael B. Vickers
When I signed on to do this project, I was excited to have $25 to spend on snack food. This will be the best super bowl experience for me as I got to do the shopping! MurphyUSA had all of my favorite snack foods and I can’t wait to delve into [...]
Guest post by Molly Gordon, MCC
I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with lists. At their best, they are vivid, succinct, provocative instruments that promote learning. At their worst, they are glib statements of the obvious or trivial, tedious entries in the annals of serial self-improvement.
In a similar vein, I’ve grappled for years with how [...]
Guest Artist Vicki Miller
Ode to Namatjira
This is an art quilt, measuring about 55 X 45″. It is based on a painting called “Ghost Gums – Mt Sonder” by a famous Australian Artist – Albert Namatjira. The original painting was painted before I was born, and Albert also died before I was born, but his art [...]