Paintings by Parker rice

Color is the property possessed by an object of producing different sensations to the eye as a result of the way the object reflects or emits light.
A hue is an element of the color wheel.
Value is the visible lightness or darkness of a color.
Intensity is the purity of a hue.

A primary color is a group of colors from which all the other colors can be obtained by mixing.

A secondary color is a color resulting from the mixing of two primary colors.

An intermediate color is created by mixing equal amounts of a primary and secondary color. Examples include red-orange, yellow-orange, and red-violet.

Complementary colors are colors that, when combined, cancel each other out. When combined, they produce a grey-scale color like white or black. These colors affect intensity because when these colors are next to each other, they create the strongest contrast for each color.

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