color recipes

"The aim of [our] study is to develop -- through experience
-- by trial and error -- an eye for color. 
This means, specifically, seeing color action 
as well as feeling color relatedness.

As a general training it means development of observation and articulation."   
Josef Albers, Interaction of Color



What do you observe?

  • Do some interactions proudce a change in color? Which is the influencing color, and which the influenced? 

Articulate and catalog observations. 



Where perceived color is a product of reflectance and illumination, explore "known colors" under different illuminations. Collect your observations. 
In exploring the language of mutual illumination: what did you discover in your own process? What did you learn from others'?