Light And Color Quotes

Light And Color Quotes by Maxfield Parrish, Douglas Trumbull, Hans Hofmann, Henri Matisse, Dale Chihuly, Olafur Eliasson and many others.

The hard part is how to plan a picture so as to give to

The hard part is how to plan a picture so as to give to others what has happened to you. To render in paint an experience, to suggest the sense of light and color, of air and space.
Maxfield Parrish
My particular aesthetic of light and color and design wouldn’t change as a result of working with computer graphics rather than with slit scan or miniatures.
Douglas Trumbull
In nature, light creates the color. In the picture, color creates the light.
Hans Hofmann
Color helps to express light, not the physical phenomenon, but the only light that really exists, that in the artist’s brain.
Henri Matisse
I want people to be overwhelmed with light and color in a way they have never experienced.
Dale Chihuly
Over the years, in making art, I have constantly explored issues dealing with space, time, light, and society. I am particularly interested in how the light of a space determines how we see that space and similarly, in how light and color are actually phenomena within us, within our own eyes.
Olafur Eliasson
Clearly, if wed had the kind of computer graphics capability then that we have now, the Star Gate sequence would be much more complex than flat planes of light and color.
Douglas Trumbull
How beautiful the leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.
John Burroughs
…now he saw the familiar wide river beside the path differently. He saw all of the light and color and history it contained and carried in its slow – moving water; and he knew that there was an Elsewhere from which it came, and an Elsewhere to which it was going
Lois Lowry
Light gesture and color of the key compliments of any photograph. Light and color are obvious, but it is just her that is the most important. There is gesture in everything. It’s up to you to find a gesture that is most telling.
Jay Maisel
As, in Sense, that which is really within us, is (as I have said before) only Motion, caused by the action of external objects, but in appearance; to the Sight, Light and Color; to the Ear, Sound; to the Nostril, Odor, &c.
Thomas Hobbes