The BeagleSword was Color
and the Rabbit Hole was an investigation
of Associative Color Pallettes.
The pallettes below are the same ones you saw on the way here.
Look at them again and see if you can recall the paintings they represent.
Click each pallette to see if you were right.
The wizard is planning to spend about an hour teaching students
how to create an Associative Color Pallette during the May 5-7 session
of the Magical Worlds Communications Workshop.
You should try to be there if you can.
Painted by the famous E. W. Cooke
during the presidency of Andrew Jackson (1834,)
this original watercolor shows Sancho Panza
carrying Quixote’s lance as he walks with him
toward the windmill. Simon of Cyrene?
Acquired this week for the wizard’s private collection,
(in other words, Academy funds were not used for the purchase)
it will hang in the art gallery of the tower currently under construction.
Notice the hazy color pallette.
Edward William Cooke hangs in many of
the most important museums of the world.
Let’s assume he had a talent for choosing colors.
What do these colors say to you?
How do they reinforce the painting?