<![CDATA[ - Arts & Colors blog]]>Sun, 16 Jul 2017 06:35:56 -0700Weebly<![CDATA[Matisse: "My Curves are Not Crazy."]]>Wed, 22 May 2013 23:19:44 GMThttp://rainbowfeet.com/arts--colors-blog/matisse-my-curves-are-not-crazy
Matisse paper cutouts.
Matisse published a delightful book titled Jazz. The book consists of twenty color plates of paper cutouts, printed in a hundred copies. These cheerful multicolor abstract and figurative forms celebrate colors and the art of improvisations. He called Jazz as a "chromatic and rhythmic improvisation."

Matisse began to create paper cutouts after he became physically ill. However, the physical limitation did not confine his creative spirits and love of life. His paper cutouts are among his most admired work in his career.

<![CDATA[Colorfield Painting on the ground!]]>Fri, 12 Apr 2013 15:33:18 GMThttp://rainbowfeet.com/arts--colors-blog/colorfield-painting-on-the-groundPicture
Photo Curtsey of Flickr and Greg Adams Photography.
In celebration of Color Field painting movement and its artist!
In 2007, the Corcoran School of Art and Washington Project for the Arts collaborated on this project to honor a major artist of Color Field painting movement, Gene Davis, who was also a faculty member of the art school.

<![CDATA[Van Gogh: I use colors arbitrarily to express myself forcibly]]>Mon, 04 Mar 2013 21:50:08 GMThttp://rainbowfeet.com/arts--colors-blog/van-gogh-i-use-colors-arbitrarily-to-express-myself-forciblyPicture
Photo curtsey of Flickr.
For Vincent Van Gogh, the expressive use of colors is the way to create powerful works of art. He once wrote to his brother Theo: "Instead of trying to reproduce exactly what I have before my eyes, I use colors more arbitrarily so as to express myself forcibly." Van Gogh certainly achieved what he desired.

<![CDATA[Yayoi Kusama and her Colors]]>Wed, 19 Sep 2012 21:46:57 GMThttp://rainbowfeet.com/arts--colors-blog/yayoi-kusama-and-her-colorsPicture
Photo curtsey of Flickr.
The queen of polka dots said: "I want to go to Heaven knowing that I have created colors for myself and other people's lives."

Color is the most important element in Kusama's life. Colors bring her excitement, inspiration and a sense of uninhibited youthfulness at the age of eighty-three.

*check out our shoes "Kusama" dedicated to this inspirational artist

<![CDATA[Let us know what you think about our Rainbow Shoes.]]>Sun, 12 Aug 2012 15:42:35 GMThttp://rainbowfeet.com/arts--colors-blog/post-title-click-and-type-to-editThank you for browsing our shoes :). Which pair do you like the most and why? ]]>