When I was a young woman living in New York City and attending Parsons School of Design, I soon discovered the wonders of the Museum of Modern Art. I was particularly drawn to Paul Cezanne, a French artist of the late 19th Century and a leader of the Post-Impressionist School. I was captivated by his range of colors and use of lights and darks to somehow create forms and space. As an artist and interior designer, I continue to be fascinated by the countless possibilities of color in my work. Picture a room wrapped in shades of grey and charcoal with warm tones of wood furniture. Now consider introducing some visual excitement. Add Turquoise.
Wow! That is the Magic of Color.
Anita Margolis, ASID