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I recently had a getaway on the California coast with my backpacking crew (3 amazing nature lovin' ladies!)
Seeing the ocean there reminded me of how much color changes perspective.
Here in the PNW the water is often steely grey vs the deep blues and greens I saw down there.
I love both shades equally, but they affect me in different ways.
As reported in this CNN article, color can make us less violent, more alert, happier, or more attractive, depending on the hue.
In the case of my two water examples above, both bring joy but the mood varies.
Sunny bright blue/greens = playful light heartedness
Steely grey blue/greens = serene sense of well-being
The handmade bowls add a fun pop of color to your table without being overbearing.
Part of the enjoyment is picking a spoon color to coordinate with each bowl.
And, since we're talking about water...
Here's the one of a kind, Coral Reef Bowl from my Landscape Collection.
I made this series of hand drawn and painted, one of kind bowls to add a bit of functional art to your day - bringing the pleasures of nature indoors.
A or B?
Or maybe you'd go a totally different direction?
Check out the full rainbow, handmade in little delights.
It can be challenging to pick, but it's also a lot of fun.
Kind of like solving a puzzle - when it's the right combo, you just know it.
I'm always happy to provide pictures, meet on zoom, or help you pick in person if you're not quite sure which color spoon you want with your bowl.
Email me anytime to discuss!
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