I took this photo at the Adelaide Botanical gardens, on a trip I took with Heather.
I often take photos of colour combinations that catch my eye. Paying attention to what catches the eye can inspire you to create in colour ways that may not be in your default range.
When I teach weaving. I tip a huge pile of yarn into the centre of the table. Half way through the day I get every one to stop and look at the colours they’ve chosen and compare it to the colours they are wearing. Most have chosen the colours they are comfortable with and wear, to use in their weaving. An unconscious bias.
Force yourself to move out of your comfort zone with colour.
Take my free Colour Confidence Class. It gives you an understanding of basic colour theory and tricks to helping you choose your next palette of colour.
I’d love your feedback on the class. 😀
I’m trying to ‘pivot’ my business in our unprecedented times and would be grateful for your support.