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Color 101: How to Use the Color Wheel

If you have read my “about me”... you’ll know I don’t have a favorite color. I have just one color that I don’t care much about... I am not a big fan of purple. . I believe most of us love color, I believe most of us are a little bit uneasy or perhaps don’t know how to use...
  • Emma Steele

    Angie Lewin uses complimentary colours. Formal Elements. Use of colour to set a mood, emotion, feeling, links to nature and the senses.

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    Complementary Colors- Orange & Blue

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    Complimentary colors on color wheel

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