Albers was one of Caruso's 'mentors' I guess you could say. Very
important to her.
I like what youre saying about colour here, Peter.
On 8-Feb-10, at 6:08 PM, Peter ciccariello wrote:
> The bible at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn in the late 2960s was Josef
> "Interaction of Color". (demonstration here at
> Many times I struggled with the emotional and psychological effects of
> color, making attempts to modify or control my choices. All attempts
> unsuccessful. For me color had a life of its own, its own direction,
> and I
> have gravitated to different limited palettes since. Photoshop's
> ‘eyedropper’ tool has been a wonderful tool for me, for it seems
> that color
> flows from shade to shade, not unlike music or poetry for that
> matter. It is
> helpful to sample this melody, hue to hue or word to word, like
> stones into a composition or a narrative. In the end, Albers was
> simply more
> proof to me that what was ‘out there’ was not at all what it
> appeared to be.
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