Colour Color

Objects are described not only by their form but also by local colour.

Colour provides information to the form of a object that affects the viewers response. 

 Colour can be used to draw attention to ideas and provide insight.

Red, blue, and yellow are the three primary colours.
Mixing any two primary colours makes a secondary colour. 
Mixing any two secondary colours makes a tertiary colour. 

White added to any colour makes a tint. Black added to any colour makes a tone. 

Most interesting of all, no matter how you spell it,
 colour is viewed differently by each viewer.