Full Spectrum Palette
Long ago and far away I used to teach color theory in college. Even folks from the University would take my art class to learn what wasn't taught in the higher priced school -- and I was happy to have them.
Along with the traditional Complementary, Triad, Split Complimentary and such I added a few themes of my own. I didn't invent them of course, I just named some of the systems that artists had been using for decades.
One of the hardest to pull off in a painting was "full spectrum". We don't really think about it, but many times our world view is missing parts of the color wheel; think dense forest, ocean vista etc. Full Spectrum makes sure all of the primary and secondary colors are in the palette.
While I didn't actually inspect this top shot closely, it definitely has the FEEL of a full spectrum capture -- and vibrancy to boot.
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Amacci Earrings - Lindsay
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