Visual artists see variations in color that others don’t see. While everyone may sense the effect of color, non-artists miss the subtleties of the full spectrum.
Color is an essential part of how we experience the physical, aesthetic, and cultural aspects of our world. So it’s not a coincidence that artists use visual or aural color to evoke certain emotions or responses in their works.
The arts—sound, color, dancing, and drama—are everywhere in December. In fact, their presence gives life to the holidays.
Color plays an important role in our everyday experiences. It’s a language that can attract your attention or change your mood. For artists, it serves as an important communication link between their art and the observer or listener.