This page offers a range of perspectives on colour, including cultural meanings, deceptive practices and scientific explantions on the varied tones that we see in the world.
Added to this page in (the UK Summer) 2021 is a video about the natural processes of using organic matter, from Trudi Pollard, via Andrew Pheasant JAK Films. If like us you like working with organic solutions, you can follow on from the video to find out more!
As always, preparation is key, as are the materials and tools.
For those who are working with All Bright Club's free and inclusive inspirations and concerning human emotions,
See what else you can find out about colour using the Internet or Books.
Language of Colour
ANGER to COMPASSION
RESENTMENT to CO-OPERATION
OBSESSION to ENLIGHTENMENT
IRRITABILITY to HARMONY
NERVOUSNESS to CONFIDENCE
CONFUSION to INTUITION
TONGUE-TIED to CLARITY
Research via International School of Colour Therapy, 2002-2003
Isabella M H Wesoly, Dip. IRIS
COLOUR, ETHICS & LAW
Below are links to enable you to think more deeply about colour
What questions can you ask?
DISCUSS WITH YOUR GROUP LEADER
Physics & Psychology of Colour
with Andrew Hanson, via The Royal Institution, on YouTube
Whilst the physics of light offers an experience of colour, there is much more to colour than we may realize. In this video from the Royal Institution, Andrew Hanson uses demos and optical illusions to explain how/why.
Colour, Chemicals, 'Sudan Red' & Standards
'Fraud in Food Supply Systems'
Professor Chris Elliott covered the use of colour in the food industry, in this lecture (and subsequent panel discussion), recorded live at University of West London in February 2016.
Christopher Elliott is Professor of Food Safety at Queen's University Belfast
and founder of the Institute for Global Food Security.