Monday, 25 February 2013

SUNSHINE II ACEO


SUNSHINE II
ORIGINAL ACEO OOAK 
3.5" x 2.5"

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This painting is SOLD but I'm happy to take a commission for a similar work. Contact me to inquire about prints and Art cards.


"In this changing world, nothing is permanent. We are here only temporarily. We are responsible to make this short life significant".- quote from a fellow member of the DPW community and wonderful Artist, Qi Huang - find his blog here.

This painting is so bright and happy with it's blue sky and sunshine painted in a decorative style. Yellow flowers always give such a boost to your spirits and these are no exception. 

THE POWER OF YELLOW

Even people who have difficulty with their vision find yellow the easiest colour to see. That is one of the reasons that the colour of emergency vehicles shifted from red, which is essentially a dark colour, to lemon yellow.

Although the symbolism of colour shifts according to the era or country you live in, in general it is the colour of inspiration, creativity, intellect, wisdom, mental clarity, joy and happiness. Intellectual and analytical people are attracted to yellow, but some find it too energetic. It is interesting that it was a common colour in the sixties at the time of the sexual revolution.

Primary yellow is the best colour to spring clean the mind and helps you to focus on the task at hand. I have found that it seems to eliminate procrastination. I once painted my office/exercise room in primrose yellow and never had any difficulty with sticking to my regime or accomplishing tasks.

If yellow is your favourite colour you have a deep need for logical order in your everyday life and the ability to express your individuality by using your logical mind to inspire and create. As far as colour goes it is near the bottom of the list of favourites for both men and women, although conversely, it is a successful colour to use in advertising.
 I hope you have a brilliant sun filled day.

Cat # 13015B Sunshine II