The theme of ‘Orange Vision’ involves with any emotions or feelings, subject matter, events and culture that relates to the colour orange. The colour could be viewed, interpreted and presented in a variety of different ways, whether it is positive or negative. This idea has inspired the theme and the name, and how the colour orange constructs the masterpieces. It basically means “Seeing Orange”. The artworks within the collection have been deliberately positioned in a specific order, starting from dark shades of orange to lighter shades. Dark shades of orange can convey feelings of depression, anger and pain and can link to destruction, distrust, sadness and fear. Overall, it is seen negatively. In contrast, lighter shades of orange can evoke emotions of happiness, excitement, elation and enthusiasm. The colour contains a sense of playfulness, joy and warmth, and gives off a positive atmosphere and vibe. By the shades of orange and emotions involved, the audience are able to sympathize or empathize and understand the artworks, beginning with negativity and ending with positivity. ‘Orange Vision’ includes different types of artworks such as ceramics, paintings, installations and other sorts of sources created in a range of items and materials. The collection broadens and expands the way people see the colour orange and gives them a new perspective. Each artwork contributes to the wide spectrums of hues that ‘Orange Vision’ displays and also contains tones which adds to the aesthetics and overall appearance. This is exhibition is for the viewers to admire and be entertained by the amazing and unique artworks. 

This specific artwork categorizes within the structural frame.
This installation represents a post modern frame.
'Crows At Sunset' is an example of a cultural frame.
This masterpiece within 1709 is a subjective frame.
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