I use the color cobalt turquoise in every piece I create and I always sign my name with it. In fact, many of my collectors and followers have come to associate this color with me. It’s such a unique color, and I use it in every possible way in my designs: weak and strong, large and small, mixed and alone. I also think that this color reflects who I am, speaking to my quiet determination to work through and overcome all the obstacles that lie on the journey ahead.
So what does the color turquoise represent?
I am not an expert on the meanings of colors so I had to look it up on the internet, and here’s what I found (source: color psychology): Turquoise represents open communication from and between the heart and the spoken word. Being the mid color between the extremes of red and violet, turquoise is the color of balance, for the emotions, thoughts and speech. Turquoise is calming yet invigorating, restoring depleted energies. Turquoise has the ability to tune into its own needs and find the way to success.
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