The Color Walk
The colors we choose to surround ourselves with, can significantly affect our mood. While dark colors are usually associated with negative feelings, brighter colors are known to help boost your spirit.Color shapes our world.Color can be used to evoke a certain mood,to create a message or sharp response in the viewer. The five major composing roles of color are: to harmonize, to unify, to set forth a visual path, to produce rhythmand to create emphasis.
Blue is the color of the mind and is essentially soothing; it affects us mentally, rather than the physical reaction we have to red. Strong blues will stimulate clear thought and lighter, soft blues will calm the mind and aid concentration. So that’s why green is an excellent color for improving concentration. Apart from being one of the easiest colors on the eyes, it reminds us of nature. Red is a powerful color and grabs our attention first. The yellow wavelength is relatively long and essentially stimulating. In this case the stimulus is emotional, therefore yellow is the strongest color, psychologically. The right yellow will lift our spirit and our self-esteem; it is the color of confidence and optimism.
If you’re looking for your happy place, perhaps our current exhibition “The Color Walk” is exactly what you need. Vassiliki, Takis, Brigitte Polemis, Pavlos, Antonis Kiourtsis, Marcelo Ricardo Zeballos, Christina Morali and also amazing pieces from Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons and Robert Indiana etc, constitute our bright, colorful exhibition.