But if traditional ink painting focuses on line and the flow of qi (energy), Gao reconceives ink as a richly chromatic
medium, much as French filmmakers like the early Godard, Malle, and Truffaut turned black and white film into a richly chromatic
medium, founding their palette on the wet Parisian boulevard.
can define a space's valences referring to its usefulness.
This trend is evident early on in the 1958 Horror of Dracula, a Hammer Studios production set in an unnamed, post-World War II European city gleaming with vivid chromatics
and stripped of the traditional Gothic drapery.
The Knowsley Business Park-based holding company includes subsidiaries Colormatrix Europe and the Colorant Chromatics
Group (CCG), which the directors' report says made a combined profit of pounds 4m.
Instead of registering the simple change in skin color caused by bilirubin, the Chromatics
meter can measure minute alterations in any one of a vast array of human skin types.
JULIO 31 - El ciclo de socializacion "Mixers and Elixirs" presenta al grupo The Chromatics
como el entretenimiento musical de la noche.
These chord clusters in the accompaniment and added chromatics
in both the piano and voice lines blur a definite tonality, but reflect the richness of the text.
Seebeck became Goethe's closest adviser and collaborator in experimental optics and chromatics
Applications in Intelligent Chromatics
(AiC), a division of Sun Chemical, and NAMSA have announced a marketing agreement in which AiC will be the exclusive distributor of NAMSA's Sterilization Indicating Inks.
In addition, a new textiles exhibition designed by Vittorio Locatelli in collaboration with Incontri-Aneta, called "Encounters with Color-Designer Chromatics
," will show the vital role that color plays in home decor trends.
Research the work of the French chemist, Michel Eugene Chevreul (1786-1889), author of On the Harmony and Contrast of Colors; the Scottish physicist, James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), author of Perception of Color; and the American artist and color scientist Ogden Rood (1831-1902), author of Modern Chromatics
Apart from fidelity to Dvorak and Erben's original, however, he brings something else that is extremely interesting, underlining Dvorak's oft-mentioned "impressionism" in a series of uniquely carefully worked passages (dreadful tension--the episode of the cor anglais and bass clarinet in The Noonday Witch, the mother's warning--string chromatics
in The Water Goblin).