Color is an integral part to all types of creativity, it influences our moods and emotions, it’s linked with our memories.
Colors have been assigned meanings and connections throughout history and around the world. Sometimes these overlap and sometimes they are contradictory. Color is a great metaphor for so many aspects this wildly paradoxical trip we call life.
Looking out for colors is an invitation to observe the world around you on a new level.
It adds to the richness of the everyday places and things, and brings back a childlike sense of fun and wonder.
All these images are everyday things, in isolation not that interesting, but together they can make a patchwork of colors.
Art is everywhere when you begin to really look for it.
When we tune our eyes in to notice the colors around us, life becomes a little bit brighter and more vibrant.
Month by month through the year I’m exploring one color at a time in a project I call TWELVTY.
Beginning with yellow I’ll share what I’ve been making here in this blog.
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