Colours are powerful, they deeply affect us and our psyche, our emotions and behaviours. Sometimes in a different way, because we are influenced by our culture, but often it’s an universal impact, because they affect our brain. Infact, a part of it controls how we feel and behave, and it can change also according to… Continue reading The Psychology of colour: Red or Blue?
Let’s take for example our sky: it appears blue to us, until after only about 20 km up, where it progressively starts becoming darker, violet and then black in space. Think of the beauty of a sunset, which leaves us speechless with its stunning colours. We might see the sky becoming pink, although a pink… Continue reading The world is in colour!
In nature there are endless forms: geometric, lines, changeable (such as the clouds) and when they are grouped together they truly form interesting patterns. We have amazing lighting that highlights these forms, make them more attractive and creates contrast. And we have spectacular colours all around us. Hermann Hesse wrote “Nature has got thousands of… Continue reading Art through Nature
There is so much art into nature. Its fantasy and its beauty inspired artists since ancient times. In fact, for example, in his book ART (you can read it for free online in www.gutenberg.org) by a famous French sculptur, AUGUSTE RODIN, he wrote this thought: “The artist is the confidant of nature, flowers carry on… Continue reading Nature for Artists
It’s not that simple to exactly define Art in all its complexity. One definition from the Merriam-Webster dictionary is: “The conscious use of skill and creative imagination especially in the production of aesthetic objects”. The term “art” is related to the Latin word “ars” meaning art, skill and according to the same dictionary, the very… Continue reading What is Art