Undiscovered Gallery presents... "Dissecting Color Theory"
Visual perceptual property, spectrum of light, chromatography, chromatics, colorimetry, physics of electromagnetic radiation in the visible range, pigment, property possessed by an object, quality of a substance, phenomenon of light, element of art, use of hue. There are so many different ways to say it, but it all means the same: Colour.
Color is a language in itself. It is a tool that artists utilize to communicate with the viewer. If the artist shoots only black and white photography, there's a reason behind it. If an artist paints with vibrant reds, oranges, and greens, there's a reason behind it. If an artists, sculpts with clay and limits his or her glazes to cool blues and off whites, there's a reason behind it. There are so many factors and variables within the process of creating art that artists must be aware of these and act accordingly. This exhibit is all about just this. How color conveys cultural, contextual, temporal, and perceptual difference and what it means to the viewer.
Come be a part of this extraordinary evening at the Undiscovered Gallery, and add some color to your life! Witness the musical sensations of Piwai taking the stage at 6:30, and take a stroll through the color spectrum that is Art. Friday, July 27th, 2012 5:00-8:00pm; it will be a night you won't want to miss!