Why Primary Colors Do Matter

Why Primary Colors Do MatterWhen creating a piece of art, colors are a very important part of it. If you choose to make something bright red as opposed to making it jet black, it will give your artwork a much different feel.

There are many different colors for you to choose from when creating art, but the primary colors the ones that matter the most.

They might be the most basic of colors, but they are the colors that are used to create all other colors, so you need to have a strong understanding of them and use them wisely when making art.

If you don’t know, the primary colors are red, yellow, and blue. Red can be used for injecting energy into artwork or for showing strong emotions like love, passion, and anger. Meanwhile, yellow is a positive color and can be used to add happiness or optimism to a piece, though it can also sometimes be used to express an emotion like cowardice when used properly. And blue is a color that can carry many connotations. It can be utilized to express dignity and authority, but it can also be used to show sadness.

Outside of expressing certain emotions, the three primary colors are also used to create the secondary colors and tertiary colors, including orange, purple, and green. You might not always think about this when you’re using the secondary or tertiary colors while making art, but you can make your artwork more effective and connect with people better when you use the right colors.

At Hunakai Fine Arts Studio, we are big believers in the power of the primary colors, and we offer classes for kids, teens, and adults that will harness that power so people can use it to create art. Would you like to enroll in one of our classes? Call us at 508-543-5665 today to learn about the courses we currently offer for all ages.