An Exhibition of Artworks from The Art Center's Permanent Collection

Sponsored by Patricia Feinberg

July 5-August 30

Reception: August 2

Color without context has no meaningful or universal qualities beyond those expressed in the black and white print of the description. However, when used to describe the reality we inhabit, color brings life to an artistic work. Color can be used to portray realistic imagery, nature, emotion, time of day, lighting, and so much more. An artist's choice of color for reach individual work can change the viewer's perspective on the piece. This series of exhibitions focuses on the seven principles of art and design that make dynamic compositions possible. The sixth exhibition in this series is "color." Selected works from The Art Center's Permanent Collection will highlight this seemingly simple element that is in its most basic form the most essential building block to a successful composition.