Category Archives: Colour my HIstory

An exploration of colour in history, from the pigments of Peru’s pre-Colombian people to the rainbow riot of Adam Lambert’s out and out-there glam nation tour.

The Sydney Peace Prize beckons

Miriam’s art and artistic practice are emblematic of cross-cultural understanding and respect for human rights, for this reason she has been nominated for the 2014 Sydney Peace Art Prize. All of Miriam’s oil paintings emerge from these humanitarian themes and are … Continue reading

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Colour my drugs

In 2003, the U.S. Government will spend over $19.2 billion, about $609 per second, on the War on Drugs. State and local governments will spend at least another $20 billion. People arrested for drug law violations in 2003 are expected … Continue reading

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Black, what side do you fall?

Black; our shelter, our subterfuge or our solice. It absorbs the light and takes us on a journey to the inner invisible. By definition it is the ‘color’ of objects that do not emit or reflect light in any part … Continue reading

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White

History and Lore: White is a mixture of all colors. It symbolizes purity, joy, and innocence. The angels in early art were always draped in white. In Egypt the pharaoh wore a white crown to verify his dominion over Upper … Continue reading

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