Visual Research – Color

 Visual Research – Color Green

I will summarize the visual research you do about green.

  • This includes three elements:
  • Answering questions from the class
  • Extra questions for research
  • Mind Map
  • Twnety images relating to green  (10 art/design historical, ten personals).

Answering Questions from the class:

  1. What other names does your color have?
    1. Celadon, Chartreuse, Jade, Mint, Olive, Kelly Green, Myrtle, Hunter Green, Chyron, Paris Green, Brusk Green, Shamrock, Harlequin, and Hooker’s Green.
  2. Where does your color occur in nature?
    1. Grass, leaves, plants, fruit, vegetables, animals, insects, and ore.
  3. What are some human-made objects made in your color?
    1. Jewelry, painting, artwork, Accessories, and glass
  4. What companies or organizations use your color in their logo?
    1. Starbucks, Spotify, Android, and Xbox.
  5. What clothing is made in your color? What clothing is not made in your color?
    1. Can be any clothing, but not funeral clothing.
  6. Who wears your color? Who doesn’t wear your color?
    1. Anyone can wear green for the modern generation. (Depends on the regions and generations)
  7. What is your color associated with?
    1. Birth, nature, luck, and spring.
  8. What does this color mean to you?
    1. Sacramento Green is my favorite color. It’s a symbol of gorgeous, noble elegant, and mature.

Glassmakers street in Vilno
Mstislav Dobuzhinsky
Date: 1906
Style: Expressionism
Genre: cityscape
Media: pencil, watercolor, whitewash, paper
Tag: streets-and-squares
Location: Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Mstislav Dobuzhinsky
Original Title: Город
Date: 1914; Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Style: Symbolism
Genre: cityscape
Media: charcoal, graphite, paper
Dimensions: 60.4 x 43.3 cm

And we bring the light
Nicholas Roerich
Original Title: И мы приносим свет
Date: 1922
Style: Symbolism
Series: Sancta
Genre: cityscape
Media: canvas, tempera
Location: Roerich Museum, Moscow, Russia
Dimensions: 71.1 x 101.5 cm


Green Beach
Walter Battiss
Style: Naïve Art (Primitivism), Pop Art
Genre: figurative

Woman With Mask
Paul Wunderlich
Date: 1985
Style: Fantastic Realism
Genre: portrait

Peasant Woman Resting
Arthur Verona
Date: 1915
Style: Impressionism
Genre: genre painting


Ten personal:

Note the time, location, and details about the object – add this to your caption for the image. 

10 September 2018

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston

These are the trees from the garden

Canon 7D


5 October 2018

Whitney Museum of American Art

This is one of the neon light artwork from the exhibition : Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018 Sep 28, 2018–Apr 14, 2019

iPhone 7 plus

17 September 2018

Home, 14 street

This was a picture when I was cooking vegetable with dry shrimps

iPhone 7 plus

26 April 2018

one small island in HongKong

Sead view from an island

Film Photography

17 May 2018

Tokyo, Japan

A view shoot of urban landscape from hotel

Film Photography

25 May 2018

Kiyomizu-Dera, Kyoto, Japan

A view shoot from Kiyomizu- Dera

Film Photography

24 May 2018

Kyoto, Japan

Red leaves in green

Film photography

13 August 2018

Stanley, HongKong

A view shoot from a double-decker bus

Hujiapplicationn, iPhone 7 plus

26 April 2018

on the way to one small island in HongKong

Sead view from the boat

Film Photography

17 August 2018

Grand Central Terminal, New York

The ceiling of the Grand Central Terminal

iPhone 7 plus

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