Painting with One Colour – Happy Yellow Tree Pastel Fauvism Painting – Acrylic 🌸 artistbybeauty

It is amazing how colours can impact how we feel. This can be when we notice a particular colour in places that we visit, what we are wearing and the contrast of the weather. It is neat to pick up on how different colours can impact you, as they can be used to influence your mood throughout the day in a positive manner 😀

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I love both pastel and bright colours. Basically, colours that are dreamy, yet expressive. These types of colours make feel my happiest. Soft pastel tones are calming and stunning to look at. If I had to paint with only one range of colours, it would with pastel colours, all day and everyday. I like to use pastel tones in my art often, as the colours are soft and gentle, which makes them go well when embracing positivity ❤

Bright colours make me feel energetic. The vibrancy and textures of bright art keeps my eyes focused. It is a type of art that is beautiful, captivating and motivating. Bright colours blend happily together. Painting a monochrome yellow painting was a bit tricky, as the yellow tones easily blended with one another, making it a bit awkward to distinguish between the different subjects.

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I am very happy with how the painting turned out. The levels of yellow are bright and happy, with a touch of soft pastel tones. The white paint highlights the textures, making the littlest of details stand out. There are many colours to choose from. We can get an endless amount of shades off each of those colours, by either lightening or darkening them. I always get excited to mix paints and form my own shades 😀

Each of the colours of the rainbow can mean something different for every individual. We all have different perspectives and ways of living, so of course we may not get in the same mood of a particular colour. This is fine as we are each entitled to our own tastes in life and have our own experiences. For one person yellow could be seen as a colour that brings happiness, for another person it could mean to relax.

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Green could have the meaning of nature to one person and to another, it may be seen as envy. My favourite colour is blue. Blue makes me think of  being calm and soothed. For myself, blue is a peaceful colour. To another person it could possibly mean sadness or even hope. Can you see how we each have different perspectives? It is completely normal for everyone to have disagreements and not see eye-to-eye every time.

Conflict is good as it gives opportunity to have a discussion with one another person. Expressing how we feel, then listening to the other persons thoughts can contribute to new ways of thinking. Having these conversations allows us to grow. It could very well be that we hear an opinion that is opposite to ours and then once we have a better understanding of what they are talking about, we may agree with their opinion. Changing how we once thought 😀

Today on my YouTube channel I am sharing with you a yellow and white happy tree monochrome acrylic painting. Painting with yellow tones was different for me. Yellow can be a bit of a tricky colour to work with as it is bright and blends well. I will continue to challenge myself to create more one colour monochrome paintings ❤

I hope you enjoy the video. Thank you so much for reading and watching! Wear colours that put you in a good mood and amplify your positivity. Continue to try something new each day. Know that each day we are moving forward no matter what, so let’s keep striving to do our best. Have a beautiful day!

 

Capili Jiron x x

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