It expresses a poem I wrote about my connection with trees... so I thought I'd discuss the
Theory of Relativity. It applies to artists using color, how one color relates to another, can change them, how the blending of three colors is so much more satisfying than using one. Right?
In the picture above, which is mother nature playing with her paintbrush, how many shades of purple are there? Or is it blue? Maybe pink?
Lavender? Purple? Blue??
The first picture would probably be purple til you saw the next one, and is it purple or pink?
Whatever it is, it really stands out in the Spring against the brown and green ground cover.
That's a lesson for quilting and painting as well.
Also make note of the splash of fuchia in the foreground.
Adding a splash of unexpected color into artwork makes it more exciting doesn't it?