November 10, 2015
My palette in my paintings and in my scarves is typically bright colors. One of the six-week workshops I teach through the local junior college’s community education department is about how being strategic with color combinations can actually enliven colors. So I find it particularly intriguing to be developing a whole set of color ways for my scarves that are in more neutral colors. Here are two I did yesterday, pinned to the canvas-covered board while they are drying.
“Loop de Lou” design, in coffee and brown, and in grey and black.
They are pretty interesting, yes? Now, I’m a sincere coffee devotee, so the first color way was pretty much a “duh” for me. This one will look good with black, on white, on oranges, on light blue, on lavender, you get the idea. The one on the right, the grey, is a nice, cool grey, and will go with everything. Imagine it on red! And as much as these are perfect for winter colors, they’ll be perfect accents for spring and summer colors! Imagine they grey one on red!
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