color sense


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col·or sense

the ability to perceive variations in hue, luminosity, and saturation of light.

color sense

The ability to distinguish differences in color; one of the three parts of visual function.
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The wordplay continues with L.V.M.H.O.O.Q., 2009, a series of monochromes with hues drawn from Scanlan's customized self-marketing palette (used on most of his media communications), thus assisting the "ready-made" monochrome with an advertiser's color sense. LVMH, of course, is the formidable luxury corporation--itself diversified as an umbrella for dozens of smaller brands, a relationship that evokes Scanlan and Woolford's own.
"Horton developed a unique interpretation of his mentor's philosophy, one that relied on a vivid color sense unlike his contemporaries." (Source: www.vosegalleries.com.)
"Rebecca is the genius behind it; our success is based on her good eye and color sense, and maybe a little woman's intuition," says Daniel, who shares responsibility for everything else.
Again, O'Brien reveals his fine color sense: the opaque background contrasts perfectly with the mottled table in the foreground, and the goblet's crystalline clarity seems almost glacial alongside its fruity companion.
The thieves also seemed to have good color sense. "The only spas they took [in both robberies] were the ones with the same sand-colored interior," said Randy Larsen, sales manager at Classic Pools and Spas.
Although there is no intrinsic relation between sound and color, a poet can forge connections; but Bullock's color sense is more fluid and intuitive than Rimbaud's arbitrary synesthesia.
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"Kim Parker has a bold and unique color sense that works well with her ability to create fresh floral patterns.