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Ronald Walker

1 Year Ago

Favorite Color

Manet said that it took him a lifetime to realize that the king of all colors was black. Personally I like Red but I have no real reason for that. How about you?

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Janice Drew

1 Year Ago

I tend to be drawn to anything vibrant. It's difficult to pick just one so I'm going with the reds, blues and greens.

 

Vivian ANDERSON

1 Year Ago

Yes, Black is KING/dominant, isn't it......! But, it doesn't arouse emotion for me, except when juxtaposed with another (any) colour............then they're both exciting !!!



 

Mo T

1 Year Ago

Blue

 

Kevin Callahan

1 Year Ago

People often comment that I use a LOT of green.

 

John Crothers

1 Year Ago

I am partial to blue though my colorblindness may contribute to that as I can see that color much better than reds and greens.

 

Phyllis Beiser

1 Year Ago

Greens, sienna and black.

 

Mike Savad

1 Year Ago

violet purple siding on red not blue. UV and any color that shifts like iridescent and dichroic.


---Mike Savad

 

Bob Galka

1 Year Ago

Gotta go with ORANGE ;O)

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bob

 

Val Arie

1 Year Ago

Depends on the day right now it is purple.

 

Ronald Walker

1 Year Ago

Bob, that is an awesome use of orange! Great image!!

 

Ed Meredith

1 Year Ago

Some of my favorite colors / colours...

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Kathleen Scanlan

1 Year Ago

Definitely blues. Especially sky blues

 

Bob Galka

1 Year Ago

Thanks Ron ;O) I think it's my Polish genes ;O)

 

Jenny Armitage

1 Year Ago

All of them:

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OK I admit it. Purple. Or violet if you've been to art school.

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Angelina Vick

1 Year Ago

Red is my favorite. I really enjoying colors that change from perspective, like my moonstone ring, and opals.

 

Bob Galka

1 Year Ago

Moonstone ring... they still make those? or are you dating yourself ;O) I haven't seen one of those in a very long time....

bob

 

Vivian ANDERSON

1 Year Ago

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Roy Erickson

12 Months Ago

warm color

 

Wendy J St Christopher

12 Months Ago

Red = Gladys Knight
All other colors = The Pips ;-)

Red abstract print by Wendy J. St. Christopher


@Bob - Moonstone is still a very popular gem, Wilkie Collins notwithstanding. ;-)

 

Bob Galka

12 Months Ago

@Angelina... so sorry.. somehow I got Mood ring confused with moonstone... Guess I'm dating myself ;O)

Thank you Wendy for pointing that out. And here I go dating myself again.... Who is Wilkie Collins?

 

Franziskus Pfleghart

12 Months Ago

Women like more warm colors. I have found in many of my exhibitions. About these colors;


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Jim Sauchyn

12 Months Ago

Violet, dove blue a very close second.

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Wendy J St Christopher

12 Months Ago

@Bob (totally off-topic for anyone not interested)

Wilkie Collins (1824 - 1889) was an English novelist, most famous for his works 'The Woman in White' and the history-making 'The Moonstone' -- which is, arguably, considered the first detective novel to be written in English.

Though the gem in the story was actually a diamond, true moonstones experienced a huge surge in popularity, based on the title of Wilkie's serial, and are still popular today.

Moonstones are lovely, and similar to opals. A quick search of 'moonstone jewelry' via Google images, might just make you fall in love . . . with the gleaming, mysterious, moonstone! :-)

 

Franziskus Pfleghart

12 Months Ago

green

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Laureen Murtha

12 Months Ago

I love Orange!
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