Colour psychology in a Malay feminine artist installation: her emotion towards colour shades / Nor Idayu Ibrahim ... [et al.]

Ibrahim, Nor Idayu and Abdul Wahab, Salawati and Shafie, Norhaslinda and Md. Noor, Zainudin and Ya Shak, Mohamad Syafiq (2021) Colour psychology in a Malay feminine artist installation: her emotion towards colour shades / Nor Idayu Ibrahim ... [et al.]. In: ARTe: Art and Expression. UiTM Perak Press, Universiti Teknologi MARA Perak. ISBN 2805-5071


This research paper is a part of an art appreciation for the Sri Iskandar and Shah Alam Art Exhibition recently, that only focus on Miss Salawati oeuvre entitle Warna-warna Kehidupan. This research emphasize on the colour psychology in A Malay feminine artist installation. In another way, colour of an object in daylight is intuitively regarded as one of its physical characteristics, and human brain realign for the condition of illumination whenever the correction is necessary and possible. We are surrounded by colour for every single tiny things. There are few things in design that are more subjective, even more important than the use of colour. Implementing the right choice of colour can evoke one reaction of a person may arouse another opposite reaction. Colour bring major message and personality from the person itself or by the observers. It’s used for decorative elements since long time ago. The colour prism found by Sir Isaac Newton in a beam of sunlight portray seven solar spectrum, they are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. This colour dispersion form a spectrum similar to seven colours of rainbow. This research aim to discuss on the feminine artist emotion portray towards her oeuvre. That lays in a mother and daughter bonding; as a research theme. In a nut shell, researcher found that artist tend to play around in three colour shades, they are lively shades, sentimental shades and sombre shades. Overall, this research will provide an invaluable source of information about Malay feminine artist psychology that will benefited to the local art
scene and many art critics that subject to the feminine artist personality.


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Ibrahim, Nor Idayu
Abdul Wahab, Salawati
Shafie, Norhaslinda
Md. Noor, Zainudin
Ya Shak, Mohamad Syafiq
Subjects: N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General)
N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) > Special subjects of art
N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
Z Bibliography. Library Science. Information Resources > Z Book (General). Writing. Paleography. Book industries and trade. Libraries. Bibliography > Book industries and trade > Bookselling and publishing > Special lines of business, > Art publishing
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Perak > Seri Iskandar Campus
Volume: 1
Keywords: Colour psychology, lively shade, sentimental shade, sombre shade, local artist.
Date: 1 September 2021
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