A Colour A Day: Week 36
By Ruth Siddall, on 29 November 2020
A Colour A Day: Week 36. 23rd – 29th November
Jo Volley writes ….
‘Colour has been used chiefly in the past to as a means to display form – form being thought of as its obvious master.
The freedom of abstract thought has come, and shows us a future lying ahead of colour as one of the three great abstract arts.
Mathematics – music – colour. To those artist whose inspiration comes in the form of shape and shape relationships, colour may continue to be the means of expressing those shapes, unless it be that they find that light and shades a more suitable means for their purpose.
But to those artist whose inspiration comes in the form of colour alone, without reference to object or object sense, it is no longer necessary to set about seeking some form into which the colour maybe tagged to give it being.’
Extract from Winifred Nicholson Unknown Colour first published 1937, click here to continue reading,
Assorted Kremer pigments bound in gum Arabic on W&N watercolour paper and read from left to right.