Colour Seeing, Experiencing, Understanding

By: SEILER-HUGOVA, UELI

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Full colour throughout
Beginning with simple sensory experiences and experiments, the author leads readers to an understanding of colors, rainbows, and colour circles (as created by Goethe, Rudolf Steiner, and Harald Küppers). He provides simple but vivid explanations of the basic colors, the complementary colors, and the mystery of coloured shadows. He also offers commentary on the psychology and mythology of colors and demonstrates connections between them, the planets and the signs of the zodiac.

The book gives readers a delightfully illustrated introduction to the world of colours. Packed with full-color images, it leads from perception to understanding and from experience to practice. This book is ideal for parents, teachers and anyone who wishes to develop a deeper knowledge and appreciation of the phenomenon of colour.

UELI SEILER-HUGOVA (b.1942) attended a Steiner-Waldorf school, trained as a primary school teacher and studied at Berne University and the Zurich Institute for Applied Psychology. He was head teacher of a state school from 1972 to 2006, and is currently director of the Independent Seminar for Institutional Education at Schloessli Ins, Switzerland. He is also a guest professor for education at the University of Latvia, Riga, a teacher at the Technical University for Artistic Social Therapy in Prague, and collaborates with the Research Project on Integral Education at Regensburg University. Ueli Seiler-Hugova gives lectures and courses on Goethe's theory of colour, on the theory of the senses according to Rudolf Steiner and Hugo Kuekelhaus, and on integral star studies (astronomy, astrology and astrosophy).
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Title: Colour Seeing, Experiencing, Understanding

Author(s): SEILER-HUGOVA, UELI

Categories: Arts,

Publisher: United Kingdom, Temple Lodge Publishing: 2011

ISBN Number: 1906999236

ISBN Number 13: 9781906999230

Seller ID: 7774

Keywords: Art Colour Organons START Arts,