The origins of colour were made by hand. Imperfections, serendipitous irregularities and fading were accepted aesthetics with their own value.
In Issac Newton's spectral definition, muted neutrals or browns were not defined as hues but low yellow or orange shades. However, a modern colour palette wouldn't be without a soft pearl grey or a pinkish-cream. The nuances found in-between shades often are the most worthy.
By exploring coloured glaze and translucency levels in the glazes, each fundamental colour is broken down and observed in its purest form, a phenomenon known as chromatography.
Warm on Warm Neutrals
Cool vs Warm Neutrals
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