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Julieanne Kost – Color of Place

New Work Featured on Adobe Blog

Julieanne Kost recently began to wonder if every location has a unique color palette, she decided it was a project worthy of investigation. From her studies in psychology and photography, she knew that color influences our emotions and impacts mood, it also has deeply-rooted symbolic meaning in society and can help to reinforce thoughts and ideologies (consciously or not) and, it can be used to help to create a more unified body of work. Read the entire article and interview by Lex van den Berghe here.

Julieanne Kost’s Lumière recently updated artist page.

Slide Salt Lake City • July 28, 2012 Slide Antarctica • February 22-24, 2016 Slide Kyoto, Japan • February 26-28, 2017 Slide Minneapolis, Minnesota • January 21, 2018 Slide US Virgin Islands • July 16-18, 2018 Slide White Sands, New Mexico • April 8-9, 2010
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Vivian Maier - Chicago, 1962 (Pink Hat)
(Chromogenic Print - 12 x 12 on 16 x20 paper)

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Alfred Stieglitz - Mountain and Sky - Lake George

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Brett Weston - Spanish Village, Spain, 1960
(Silver Gelatin Print - 14.75 x 18.5)

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