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Spring 2013

Color

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A couple weeks ago I made the decision to integrate color into my thesis work. This is saying a lot for a person who’s spent the past 5 months fixated on grey. These are some of my more successful tests, sorted by color family. Below is a key of the mason stains used in each sample.

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1. 6021 Red
2. 6028 Orange
3. 6003 Sunset
4. 6008 Peach
5. 0022 Tangerine
6. 290 Coral
7. 1009 Alpine Rose
8. 1180 Persimmon
9. 9009 Deep Crimson
10. 6236 Chartreuse
11. E-366 Yellow
12. 6440 Vanadium
13. 6500 Sage Grey
14. 6207 Celeste Green
15. 6296 Spruce

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Daniel SanGiacomo

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