Colors As Found Art
Color (American English) or colour (Commonwealth English) is the characteristic of human visual perception described through color categories, with names such as red, yellow, purple, or blue. This perception of color derives from the stimulation of cone cells in the human eye by electromagnetic radiation in the spectrum of light. Color categories and physical specifications of color are associated with objects through the wavelength of the light that is reflected from them. This reflection is governed by the object's physical properties such as light absorption, emission spectra, etc. [from wikipedia]
Aqua Black Color Black-And-White Blue Brown Gray Green Lavender Metal Mixed Orange Purple Red Spoons The Color Pink White Words Yellow
Aqua, As Found Art Color

Aqua from Greek word for blue is a tone of the color cyan.In traditional print media, "aqua" is short for aquamarine, a distinct color from aqua.

Black Color, As Found Art

Reflections off a non-reflective or light-absorbed surface


Found reflected and refracted 440 to 490 nm.

Brown, and Beige Color Found In Nature

The color brown, from dark brown to the lighter beige.

Black-And-White, Color As Found Art

Mostly sans color but in varying shades of gray. Color photographs of black and white subjects.

Gray, The Color

Grey or gray is a pale black.Two colours are called complementary colours if grey is produced when they are combinedin the light spectrum (but produces brown with paints usually).

Green, As A Found Art Color

Light with a wavelength of roughly 520 to 570 nanometres.[from wikipedia]

Lavender, The Color

Lavender is a pale tint of violet. It applies particularly to the color of the flower of the same name.

Metal, As A Color

Metalic surfaces of gold, silver, bronze, copper, etc.

Mixed, Colors

Due to refraction, reflection, or transmission of light

Orange, Color

The color orangeoccurs between red and yellow

The Color Pink, As Found Art

Pink lies between red and magenta, lightened toward white.

Purple, The Color, As A Form Of Found Art

Including violet and shades in between.[from wikipedia]

Red, Color As Found Art

Visible wavelength of light, roughly 630-740 nanometers

Spoons, As Colors Found Near Art

Spoons were used to mix paint for a large mural.

White, Color As Found Art

The equal mix of all colored light

Words, That Define Colors, As A Form Of Art

Colors are not only the mixture of frequencies seen by the eye, but are also the words assigned to them even when they are written in a different color.

Yellow, Color as Found Art

And all things mustard and lemon-like in color

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