Myo͞oziNGs" by Cheryl Wilson
As we leave the cold days of winter, I embrace the warmth of the sun and the rainy days that will soon bring blooms. I long for the warm nights, long light days and the green of the grass as this only enhances my artistic mood.
As we are starting to see the first signs of spring I find I fill my art with lots of color. Each year new colors are announced by the Pantone Color Institute. Fashion follows this authority and you will see this in your shops. As an artist, I actually look forward to how I can add the new colors of the season into my art palette.
This seasons color is green, but not any green, it is Pantone 15-0343, but more know as "greenery." If you follow the colors, you might know the Pantone colors of 2016 were Rose Quartz and Serenity.
The season, I can pair Greenery with neutrals, brights, deeper shades, pastels and my ever favorite metallics. I tend to enjoy the current colors of choice but still absolutely LOVE the palette of the colors from part of last year and they can be found in my most recent pieces of art.
As I enter into a spring, I look forward to including the newest colors in my palette.
cheryl wilson (c) "Be Still My Heart" 20"x30"
Of course, I am absolutely loving the palette of the MOODY BLOOMS:
cheryl wilson(c) "Intimate Ode to Secret Future" 30" x 40"
So what colors are you incorporating in to your world?
"Myo͞oziNGs" by Cheryl Wilson
Cheryl Wilson, artist
"My world without art is just "eh"