Experimenting With A Soft Colour Palette

Blog post written by Charlie Albright
Yes, that time has come when I have gone mad and decided to experiment with a soft and muted colour palette. I've resisted the temptation to use my favourite colours of phthalo blue, torquoise and magenta, and gone ahead and tried to keep it very soft and blended. There's no need to worry. I will never give up my bright and bold colours.
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I know, I know, I will stop soon with this whole softer and muted colour palette tangent… but this is another piece from my experimentation with not using phthalo blue and turquoise.

Yes, I also know the last part of the previous sentence should also be banned…

I actually really like this piece and it has a really nice sentimental place in my heart. Those shades of pinks and purples you see, where the very first colours I used to paint with when I started acrylic painting.

Although they are not colours I now use in my paintings, it was really nice to know that I can still anchor back to them and paint with them successfully. Kind of like that sensation of going back to your childhood home and still remembering where everything is kept.

I hope this piece finds a beautiful home, and if it doesn’t, I am more than happy to house it myself.

Charlie x

Charlie Albright

The world: ignites in me, a sense of curiosity. My mind does not settle until it can comprehend, until it understands. For the physical world, creation has always been my enduring method of choice. For the spiritual world, all-encompassing practices like yoga and meditation, a belief in a higher energy, and writing have always been the soothing and balancing tools I have returned to, to re-ground myself. This is my journey of self-expression. Through written words and different forms of art. To my soul, my inner essence.

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