I’m way behind on this one: Last month, Painting Perceptions posted some thoughts on working with color by Ken Kewley. Here’s a quote: “It is like describing an apple with your hands, forming the shape in the air with your hands, by enclosing an imaginary object with two hands. You do not try to make your hand look like an apple. Paint takes over the role of the hands and does not hide the fact that it is paint. Painting is talking with hands made permanent.” There’s more. It’s well worth checking out.