The psychology of colour: Orange

Orange is the colour of the extrovert and of the self confident. It is more gentle than red, but it still attracts the attention. It is energising and it inspires vitality and enthusiasm. In some cultures it’s associated with entertainment and amusement. In nature the orange colour comes from carotens, photosynthetic pigments that absorb the… Continue reading The psychology of colour: Orange

Art through Nature

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

Nature for Artists

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