It's all about color baby!

Color is everywhere. It's one of the first subjects a child learns while first attending school. It is important and used in all countries.

Color theory, as said in the eyes of an artist, embraces definitions, concepts and design. Color theory creates a structure to organize them.

The color wheel is very traditional in art. Sir Issac Newton first invented the wheel of color. Ever since, artists from around the world have tried to modernize the wheel with new colors, design and order of the colors. The wheel basically presents a sequence of color order. The color wheel is a "visual representation of colors arranged according to their chromatic relationship". The wheel may be used to combine clothing, build a killer outfit, arrange furniture or to even paint your room.

According to Miriam Webster's definition, color scheme is "an arrangement or combination of colors, especially as used in interior decoration". Color scheme is an important part of understanding the ways to distinguished colors generally.

Based on tests conducted by psychologists, colors have effects on people's moods. For instance, these are the results that followed the procedures: "Red is a powerful color.It is stimulating and lively, very friendly. At the same time, it can be perceived as demanding and aggressive. Blue is the color of the mind and is essentially soothing; it affects us mentally, rather than the physical reaction we have to red. However, it can be perceived as cold, unemotional and unfriendly. Yellow is the strongest color, psychologically. The right yellow will lift our spirits and our self-esteem; it is the color of confidence and optimism. Green strikes the eye in such a way as to require no adjustment whatever and is, therefore, restful. Being in the center of the spectrum, it is the color of balance - a more important concept than many people realize. Pure grey is the only color that has no direct psychological properties. It is, however, quite oppressive. Black is all colors, totally absorbed. The psychological implications of that are considerable. It creates protective barriers, as it absorbs all the energy coming towards you, and it enshrouds the personality. Black is essentially an absence of light, since no wavelengths are reflected and it can, therefore be menacing; many people are afraid of the dark. Positively, it communicates absolute clarity, with no fine nuances. It communicates sophistication and uncompromising excellence and it works particularly well with white. Black creates a perception of weight and seriousness."