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Capturing Light: Investigations of Color in Words, Music and Images #2

Shades of Blue   BLUES Scotch Blue, is Berlin blue, mixed with a considerable portion of velvet black, a very little grey, and a slight tinge of carmine red. Prussian Blue, is Berlin blue, with a considerable portion of velvet … Continue reading

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Vibrations of Line and Color Inspired by Kandinsky

  Last week I made two rough studies on 140 lb watercolor paper to choose the pallet. Narrowing the colors down orange, yellow, brown and violet oxides with some permanent violet dark and burnt orange and black and white for shading. For the final … Continue reading

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