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Creating color is a delicate, time consuming process. The synthetic colors we know from our everyday products come from chemical factories, but up until the nineteenth century producing colors was a laborious process. The master painters of the renai...
Joanna Pera of Pera Studio is a very concrete person, clear in what she means. That character trait reflects in her color preferences. Pastels, thinned or whitened out colors is not her thing. 'I prefer colors which have a type of noble tone'. But th...
You may be tempted to think Daan Roukens is playing with illusions to the eye. His graphics do play with your perception, and they do look like those graphic images where the image moves, or white dots turn black. But that's not the point. It's livel...
We know Toshihiko Shibuya from his Snow Pallet in which he colors the snow by reflecting light. He's now used the concept of reflection for the White Collection. What does that have to do autumn? In the fall, plants turn red, orange, yellow or brown....
By Justine Fox:   For my first foray into the world of blogging I thought that it might be wise to start at the beginning. By that I mean back when we began to use colour description in language. I was listening recently to a colour pod cast b...
The Habitat Grove, in the center of Moerenuma Park, Japan, was the chosen location for Hidemi Nishida's installation. He installed atmospheric curtains between the trees, in an area 50 by 50 meters in size, adding gradation and depth to the landscape...
Studio Ensamble completely overhauled an old slaughterhouse in Madrid and turned it into 'a centre for contemporary creation', housing artistic creation activities like training, competitions and a place for the different arts to meet. Where the slau...
When paint dries up and hardens it always looks different from when it's fresh and liquid. And it's the qualities of the latter, the color, the shine, the texture, that Jon Gabb has preserved and used to make his three dimensional paintings. 'Paintin...
'Color literally could not be more important to me. The primaries specifically. I feel it's almost a crutch to work with them. They do all the work, with the viewer. It's a particular source of pride to be able to get away with using such garish, bri...
Currently being shown in the Eli Ridgway Gallery in San Francisco, Cassandra C. Jones has been making collages for several years, and recent work made with lightening is striking indeed. If you hadn't noticed yet, you'll see she used the lightening b...

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