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COLORLOVE 

Jan 8 - Mar 30, 2024

Throughout history, humanity has examined, philosophized, questioned, and celebrated the full spectrum of color. The most basic extraction of color seen in nature is the rainbow—sunlight, through tiny drops of water, split into its most intense, pure hues. The beauty of this vision is hard-wired into our brains.   

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Throughout history, humanity has examined, philosophized, questioned, and celebrated the full spectrum of color. The most basic extraction of color seen in nature is the rainbow—sunlight, through tiny drops of water, split into its most intense, pure hues. The beauty of this vision is hard-wired into our brains.   

Distinct colors can affect our moods in myriad ways. The peacefulness of blue. The intensity of orange. The wisdom of purple. The fresh promise of green. Colors can signify one’s tribe, group, or identity. Team colors, flags, banners, and standards signify identities and alliances from afar. Color can affect our mood and appetite. Color can relate value and importance, joy and sadness. Color is culturally significant and psychologically effective. This juried exhibition of artwork celebrates the power of the full rainbow of colors. Juried and co-curated by Tucson artist Lex Gjurasic. 

 

 

 

 

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COLORLOVE Reception
Thursday, Jan. 11, 4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Meet the artists of the COLORLOVE exhibition, and enjoy some light refreshments with Scottsdale Arts.

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Thursday, Feb. 22, 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

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Library Creatives: Natural Pigment Workshop
Thursday, Mar. 28, 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Let’s play in the dirt! Sometimes the gorgeous earthen colors can only be replicated by using the very material they are based on.

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