Colour speaks all languages

Colour speaks all languages” said Joseph Addison, and I totally agree with him. Looking at an image, no need for words, the colours can tell you if it is warm and happy or if it is cold, distant and sad. Thinking about colouring pages the good thing about it that every and each one of us can create a different feeling choosing different colours to feel the gaps. Well just got another idea: what if we have a coloured page and we create on it an image like opposite to personalize? This is what I tried on this spread:

 So first I colorised my spread using bistre and Plane Jane simply sheers (peoney, soft peach and tangy lime).

On one side I added a female portrait and tangled/doodled around her.

On the other side I also stamped my quote next to my tangles.

I am sharing my spread with Journal 52 prompt: colouring book.

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About lerusho

I am obsessed with experimenting, using my fantasy and creating new and unique visions. The challenges are endless and that gives me real inspiration.
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24 Responses to Colour speaks all languages

  1. vickiross says:

    Love this spread, +Ruth L. My fav part is the position of the girls head…so intriguing!

  2. windinn says:

    What a beautiful spread – filled with soft mystery!

  3. Lisette says:

    Gorgeous colours and that tanle/doodling looks awesome.

  4. Kay Wallace says:

    What an amazing background, Ruth! The colors are definitely there, but only subtly invade my privacy. On the other hand, the female images and tangles/doodles pop off the page and startle me to think. Just love this juxtaposition!

  5. wandahentges says:

    Looks great, Ruth!!!!!!

  6. kampysgirl says:

    yes it does Ruth!! And this would be a perfect spread for International women’s day!!
    I love the doodles from her hair- beautiful! xo

  7. Liisi says:

    Looks amazing! Nice colors 🙂

  8. Vicky says:

    Like the tangles

  9. Although the pages you do with blues really stand out for me most (I just love them) I really like this one and the tangles you did! Wow. so cool!

  10. Love those pages very much…

  11. Beautiful pages in every detail dear Ruth and so true!
    Love this spread ♥
    oxo

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