colors perception activates in us a specific reaction
Colors have objective meaning; their perception activates unconscious reactions in us.
Every color we perceive activates a specific sensory reaction in us.
The objective meaning applies to everyone.
Color psychology describes the objective psychological significance of different colors and also gives a definition of them.
The subjective meaning of colors
The true subjective meaning is given by the personal attitude which indicates the state of mind one has toward a given color.
Each color is thus a signal, a precisely determinable emotional perception that is experienced unconsciously. Color signals therefore constitute an emotional language that is understood at the unconscious level.
The emotional language of colors is unambiguous and valid for everyone.
We unconsciously experience its emotional effect.
Lüscher created a test that is used in psychology for an understanding of our personality through colors. No one can define for what reasons we follow one color over another. The choice is unconscious at a superficial level, but it is actually a very deep and conscious guidance at the level of our unconscious.
The unconscious through the instinctive choice of our perceptions, sensations provides us with keys to our deepest parts.
When you look at my paintings, I have any other painting as my professional approach I always advise to be carried away by the set of colors and emotions of the painting itself without following a logical reasoning of looking for something visible, which has a known form. For me this is just one more, the ‘work has to be empathy and speak to us, also reveal parts of us, find ourselves in the same.
Go into my paintings, into my inner world and find out what it reveals about you, where you are attracted to it or where on the contrary you reject it.