Outside The Lines

Fun readings about Color, Art and Segmation!

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September 30, 2014

Jan Gossaert – A Great Flemish Painter of Antiquity

As with many Renaissance artists, Gossaert concentrated on biblical themes. Specifically, he painted scenes that depicted Adam and Eve, The Virgin and Child and the Crucifixion. He also breathed life into mythological themes and painted many of his characters nude. In doing this, it appears Gossaert approached painting historical and mythological figures with the fine detail and acuity of a sculptor.

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September 23, 2014

See Color Changing Leaves Before They Fall

Trees shed their leaves when it begins to get cold. But before they can get crisp and drop, leaves go through a gorgeous metamorphosis of color, a shifting balance of red, orange, and yellow.

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September 19, 2014

The Colors of Fall: 5 Shades for a Stylish Season

Most of the time, traditional colors of fall include burnt oranges, rusty browns and deep reds. Designers have opted for a diverse, playful palette.

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September 15, 2014

Behind the Scenes with Segmation: Meet Digital Artist Marta Guijarro De Luna

When did you know you wanted to be a digital artist?

When I was a little girl I remember saying that I wanted to be an artist or work for Disney.

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September 11, 2014

What Does Your Car’s Color Say About You?

Can you believe that men are more likely to search for red, orange, black, white, green and gray cars while woman opt for silver, brown, gold, beige, blue and yellow vehicles?

Men and Women Prefer Different Color Cars

According to the search and compare car website, these trends were exposed after studying search inquiries over a 12 month timespan. The site reports “hundreds of thousands of consumers” consult iSeeCars.com for information about new and used cars, but did not include the exact number of men and women who participated in this study.

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September 8, 2014

Coloring Each Season with Healthy Food

Regardless of what season we are in, crave-worthy foods find ways into our homes. But we don’t reach for them because of taste alone; these are the foods that color each season. Baskets of jams in winter and bowls of fruit in spring become colorful, edible kitchen décor. But no food colors a kitchen better than fruits and vegetables.

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