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Ronald Walker

10 Months 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

10 Months 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

10 Months 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

10 Months Ago

Blue

 

Kevin Callahan

10 Months Ago

People often comment that I use a LOT of green.

 

John Crothers

10 Months 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

10 Months Ago

Greens, sienna and black.

 

Mike Savad

10 Months Ago

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


---Mike Savad

 

Bob Galka

10 Months Ago

Gotta go with ORANGE ;O)

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bob

 

Val Arie

10 Months Ago

Depends on the day right now it is purple.

 

Ronald Walker

10 Months Ago

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

 

Ed Meredith

10 Months Ago

Some of my favorite colors / colours...

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Kathleen Scanlan

10 Months Ago

Definitely blues. Especially sky blues

 

Bob Galka

10 Months Ago

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

 

Jenny Armitage

10 Months 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

10 Months Ago

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

 

Bob Galka

10 Months 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

10 Months Ago

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Roy Erickson

10 Months Ago

warm color

 

Wendy J St Christopher

10 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

10 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

10 Months Ago

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


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Jim Sauchyn

10 Months Ago

Violet, dove blue a very close second.

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Wendy J St Christopher

10 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

10 Months Ago

green

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Laureen Murtha

10 Months Ago

I love Orange!
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