Within the court a great herd of thoats and zitidars moved restlessly about, cropping the moss-like ochre
vegetation which overgrows practically the entire uncultivated area of Mars.
available in North America are inclined to fuse to the glaze surface.
Both Al Waha and Al Bandar are painted in creams, ochres
and earth colours to harmonise with the ochre
The shade seeps into, animates, and articulates Scully's ochres
, blues, whites, reds, yellows, and greens to create what he calls a "dead fallen light" burdened with memory and yielding "the exuberance of regret."
According to Dr Duller, the layer of sand in the cave where the ochres
were discovered had probably been blown in from the nearby beach.
The hottest shades are saffron yellows, warm ochres
and bold bronzes but beware, as this trend needs a little know-how.
Artifacts included stone flakes, red and yellow ochres
, a grindstone and pieces of human-altered quartzite or white quartz.
It sounds like a faintly ludicrous position, but the autumnal ochres
of wool hat or the rich purples of vaisya do seem to add something to the words' meaning, and the very difficulty of defining what this might be is no small part of the works' lasting appeal.
On each side, bamboo walls in ochres
and yellows, made by local artisans, allow air to circulate under the solid sheltering roof and let chinks and stripes of light criss-cross the polished concrete floor.
Lush neo-Impressionist brushstrokes in reds, ochres
, yellows, and browns connote more sensuous realms.