Posts By: Barbara Jacobs
An exhaustive academic analysis of color in Western culture, from the ancient Greeks up to the late twentieth century.
A unique interdisiplinary approach to the use of color in the architectural environment. Mahnke is President of the IACC / International Association of Color Consultants/Designers.
Examples of color palettes in cities throughout the world. An exciting view of color in the three-dimensional environment.
Not about trinkets and “bells and whistles,” this systematic course for home study—from a true Feng-Shui master—includes practical exercises and discussion of specific projects.
This contemporary philosopher shows how individual ideas contribute to an integrated holistic image of reality. A compact overview of Wilber’s ideas and their application in modern society.
A comprehensive, illustrated encyclopedia devoted entirely to color.
An examination of the phenomenon of color from multiple perspectives. Gage also includes an overview of the twentieth-century literature that relates to historical interpretations of color in art.
What do we really see when we look at ordinary objects? This fascinating book offers a new view on the world of nature and symbols.
Article: COLOR by Liz Schick, published in Boston Magazine. (pdf format, 818 kb)