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"The man who can see all gray, and red, and purples in a peach, will paint the peach rightly round, and rightly altogether. But the man who has only studied its roundness may not see its purples and grays, and if he does not will never get it to look like a peach; so that great power over color is always a sign of large general art-intellect."
~ John Ruskin, 19th century English romantic writer and painter
I also quoted John Ruskin in my Colorwork Meditation #6. I will admit that he sounds
Do you know what I mean? Do you agree?
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