In the old days, painters such as Michelangelo and even up to Rembrant to be exact, they used colors to say something. But they USED them. The colors were kind of enslaved into the minds and hands of painting artists. Then comes Kandinsky and his gang and they turned the whole thing backwards and asked
»How can I serve you, Blue? What do you want to say, Yellow?
And how can I as a painter be a mediator of what Yellow wants to say?
But much of color is hidden from us… that we can neither see nor touch, like the one phenomenon that can be said to move us more than any other in our daily lives: sound. Sound, harnessed by human beings, delivered with generosity and emotion is what we call: music. Now, forget the size of the human body, remember that you are a gateway between the universal and the microscopic, the unseen forces that stir the depths of your inner-most being, and nature, who embraces you and all there is. We are on the brink of a revolution that will reunite humans with nature through new technological innovations. Until we get there; prepare, explore: