DIY Workshop “How to See Color and Paint it” by Arthur Stern, installment 3

Here is a continuation of my workshop “How to See Color and Paint it” by Arthur Stern.

TP roll and the colors I really saw (not counting the glare from the flash)

TP roll and the colors I really saw (not counting the glare from the flash)

The next exercise was painting a roll of toilet paper. Very classy, ha ha ha. But it was to see that white is not always white. Of course I knew that but I am approaching this as a re-learning project and with an open mind. It only required Statement 1.

Black cube

Black cube

The next few exercises were painting colored cubes with changes of the color of paper on the walls and floor in the set-up box walls. They required Statement 1 only. I am trying not to get bored but at least the paintings went fairly fast, just a few hours each.

White cube

White cube

Green cube

Green cube

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