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Re: color and the "greyness" of truth

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LM Paris (paris)
Tue, 09 Nov 1999 18:13:54 -0500


Well said!

lia wrote:

> There are several things in our field of art education that just don't have
> one set of rules written in stone.

> I have found that
> personal experiences and books (textbooks, how-to books, informative etc.)
> all vary....and have different models of some of the things in our field.
> Color is one of those. The discussion is beneficial in that it helps us
> understand the subtleties
> of language ....and further our own understanding of the complexities of
> what we teach. An additional complexity is that truth changes....as new
> layers of understanding are peeled......just what we needed.
>
> lia

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