Color Schemes

Primary: the mood is cheerful. Red is dominant and symbolic because it makes some people feel very exhilarated, like the dancers in this painting. There is value in each color to create detail. I think the artist chose these colors to make the mood happy.
Secondary: The mood of this piece is calm and serene. The blue violet creates symbolism, a symbol of peace. There is some tints in the yellow, to make it more realistic. The dominant color is purple. I think the artist chose these colors to make the viewer relaxed, and these are the colors you naturally see at the beach.
Cool: The mood is very calm, it seems to have a calming effect on the viewer. I don't think there is any kind of symbolism in this piece. There are mostly shades and tones in this artwork. The dominant colors is blue and i think the artist chose these colors to create a sense of serenity.
Warm: The mood of this is sort of chaotic and tense. There is not much symbolism in this piece. There are some tints, but not much. The dominant color I would say is yellow. I think the artist chose these color to make the tone harsh.
Realistic: The mood is simplicity. There is no symbolism in this artwork. There are tints, shades, and tones in this artwork to make it look realistic. Shades where the light is not hitting, and where the shadow is. Brown is the dominant color. I think that the artist chose these colors to make it look like a photograph, very realistic.
Non-Realistic: The mood of this artwork is kind of eerie and majestic. There is no type of symbolism in this artwork. There are many shades and tones in this piece to make it seem dark. The dominant color is green. I think the artist chose these colors to make a dark mood.
Monochromatic: The mood is dull. The color is symbolic to sadness and no emotion. Many shades are in this piece of work to make it dark and mysterious. The dominant color is a grayish brown. I think the artist chose these colors to create a sense of no hope.
Complementary: The mood is content. No type of symbolism in this art. There are many different values to create contrast. The dominant color is green. I think that the artist chose these colors to make the flowers stand out.
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