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Colour and contrast have enormous effects on us emotionally, psychologically and even physically. Lighter shades calm us down while brighter shades such as red, triggers anxiety and stress. If you are not feeling good and want to calm your mind, then choose the following colours.

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the psychology of colours and contrasts

THE

PSYCHOLOGY

OF COLOURS

AND

CONTRASTS

Presented by Chloe Planinsek

introduction

INTRODUCTION

Colour and contrast have enormous

effects on us emotionally, psychologically

and even physically. Lighter shades calm

us down while brighter shades such as

red, triggers anxiety and stress. If you are

not feeling good and want to calm your

mind, then choose the following colours.

PLANINSEKART

blue you know why water makes us feel relaxed

Blue

You know why water makes us feel

relaxed? Because its colour is blue. This

soothing colour relaxes the mind, lowers

the blood pressure and helps in reducing

anxiety. Choose lighter shades of blue for a

cool and astringent effect. Several artists

use the colour blue with warm colours such

as brown, tan and yellow for neutralizing

the physiological effects of warm and cool

colours.

green green symbolizes nature and imparts

GREEN

Green symbolizes nature and

imparts a calming effect on our

system. In the presence of green,

one feels more relaxed and the

blood histamine levels increase,

which decrease allergy and

dilated blood vessels. Pale

yellow-green and beige-green is

perfect for wall art and home

decor.

white white depicts clarity and freshness

WHITE

White depicts clarity and

freshness, if you are in doubt and

confused, then white will clear all

of your thoughts and let you make

the right decisions in life. It offers

peace of mind, hence perfect for

pregnant women. Bright colours

when surrounded by fields of low-

intensity colours such as white

and grey complement each other

perfectly. Commercial artist Chloe

Planinsek is a master in using low-

intensity colours in her abstract

art which makes her paintings so

expressive and harmonious.

yellow

YELLOW

Choose such art in which there is a

contrast of hues. Some artworks are

so attractive because they use the

right contrast of yellow. This colour

is very lively and makes you feel

energetic. So jump start your day

with a stunning piece of art that

includes yellow.

grey grey can often be mistaken to be dull

GREY

Grey can often be mistaken

to be dull or depressing. The

reality is that it is very calm,

soothing and a harmonious

colour, especially when

blended into other colours.

In cloud inspired artworks

when grey is paired with

blue and white, it creates

such a relaxing atmosphere. 

thank you

THANK

YOU!

Planinsek Art

To learn more about large artwork Melbourne kindly visit

https://planinsekart.com.au/.