Three days of intensive work in one of my workshops shows lots of creativity, not only in the pictures of my students. Some new words are born as well.
Among other things, Ilse-Green has found it’s way into my treasury of words. Some of you may know it under it’s name Permanent Green and that’s a good name too, because if you don’t use it appropriately you permantly might be in trouble. (Ilse is the name of a painter, who likes this green very, very much). Because this green is so intensive you need to be careful. Broken down with neutrals it can be a real eycatcher, but used too intensive it might become a permanent challenge for the artist and the viewer as well.