I have a fascination with color. We’ve discussed this…
Well. I’ve blogged about it, and presumed you discussed it with me. A girl can pretend can’t she?
Anyway. I LOVE color, I love unusual combinations of color, I love the bright colors, for happy moods and dark blues for melancholy colors. I love films that use color to make a point, or create a scene.
I love pictures that use colors to portray emotions. I said that already, but I feel it’s important, to excuse me while I say it again, “Color = Emotion.”
So when I stumbled across Adrienee Trafford’s work my reaction went something like this:
*GASPS* “OOOh, so pretty!”
Superficial? Maybe, but take a look as see for yourself. Totally worth it.
Beautiful, no? She uses color, reds and greens and blues and even purple, and she does so in a way to bring about a soothing pallet. Like nighttime dreams and sky lit fantasies. Soft and subtle, and totally fitting the mood she wants to portray.
This picture shows even more how color can make a difference in the picture. Take note of the way the woman’s hair changes color, and her skin. The moods from each side are SO different.