Archive for the ‘Colour’ Category

Someone brought along a cute cyclamen this week – interesting shapes and textures, though no botanical realism.

Cyclamen

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Mainly cobalt (on the warmer scale of blue) but with some sepia and cool yellow, the day was far from warm….

Cobalt-dawn

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Slightly mysterious, it could be part of a model village, but it is full sized.

Town-Hall

Re-painted for the upcoming exhibition. And the pic of Golder’s Hill Park – see earlier blog – is being used on the posters.

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“The Jurassic Coast is a Walk Through Time.” With as much character – but with a far longer heritage – as the Welsh town pictured elsewhere, Lyme Regis is at its heart of that walk. Though the town was beautiful and the weather was erratic. It must be the monsoon season……

Lyme-bay

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…a definite favourite. The trees are only just beginning to turn but inside the greenhouses are some wonderful colours.

lilly-seed-pods

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The aim in both cases was to  add splashes of red and orange (and a few more colours, including indigo and sepia for the greys). The peppers are three times life size, the sketch of flowers are smaller.

 

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Cobalt, Cerulean, French Ultramarine, Indigo, Prussian Blue: all have different origins. Mostly cool and calm but warmer as they reach violet. But as the month progresses other colours will fill the palette.

Still-life-with-freesias

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