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Re: letters in color

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Jane Manner (njanem4)
Mon, 29 Nov 1999 21:40:44 -0500


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Stenger - Judith DiSalvo wrote: ...When I see a printed number--I see it as it
is printed--same with letters. If I "think" the number, I see it in color...

Thanks, Judy. Have you read the article yet? Discover was in our Media
Center today and I did get a chance to read it. Let me know what you think
about the article when you do read it. Has this enhanced your skills as an
artist? I always "think" everything in color and have always assumed that
everyone did. If I introduce Dali and his method of tapping his hypnogogic
images by holding a key over a saucer on the floor as he dozed in his chair so
he was awakened just as he lost his grip, most of my students understand what
this is. We also talk about what I call the pulsating concentric circles of
colors I visualize when listening to music. Most understand and are able to
incorporate similar type images into thier work, but a few alway giggle and
make comments like "What were you doing in the 60s?"

Jane

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Stenger - Judith DiSalvo wrote: ...When I see a printed number--I see it as it is printed--same with letters.  If I "think"  the number, I see it in color...

Thanks, Judy.  Have you read the article yet?  Discover was in our Media Center today and I did get a chance to read it.  Let me know what you think about the article when you do read it.  Has this enhanced your skills as an artist?  I always "think" everything in color and have always assumed that everyone did.  If I introduce Dali and his method of tapping his hypnogogic images by holding a key over a saucer on the floor as he dozed in his chair so he was awakened just as he lost his grip, most of my students understand what this is.  We also talk about what I call the pulsating concentric circles of colors I visualize when listening to music.  Most understand and are able to incorporate similar type images into thier work, but a few alway giggle and make comments like "What were you doing in the 60s?"

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