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  • Reading was only part of the thrill that a book represented. I got a dizzy pleasure from the weight and feel of a new book in my hand, a sensual delight from the smell and crispness of the pages. I loved the smoothness and bright colors of their jackets. For me, a stacked, unread pyramid of books was one of the sexiest architectural designs there was, because what I loved most about books was their promise, the anticipation of what lay between the covers, waiting to be found.

    Book   Reading   Hands  
    Debra Ginsberg (2006). “Blind Submission: A Novel”, p.4, Crown
  • The trick. . .is to find the balance between the bright colors of humor and the serious issues of identity, self-loathing, and the possibility for intimacy and love when it seems no longer possible or, sadder yet, no longer necessary.

    Happiness   Issues   Self  
  • An Islamic writer recalls her joy in the clothes she wore as a young girl at a wedding: They were always in beautiful bright colors: crimson, pink, turquoise, purple, and embroidered with sparkling crystals, sequins and beads. ... The older girls and women would wear glamorous heavily-beaded silk blouses and long, princess-like skirts. I wanted to wear those fairy-tale clothes too. I longed even more to wear a sari which the women wore so elegantly and which flattered their curves.

  • We think the Puritans always dressed in black and white, which they didn't. They loved very bright colors. And there were other differences in perceptions that gave one a very different view of them.

  • For my prom I really wanted to wear a bright color - something that was going to pop and stand out.

  • Kodachrome, it gives us those nice bright colors Gives us the greens of summers Makes you think all the world's a sunny day, oh yeah! I got a Nikon camera, I love to take a photograph So momma, don't take my Kodachrome away.

    Paul Simon (2011). “Lyrics 1964-2011”, p.88, Simon and Schuster
  • Your attitude is like a box of crayons that color your world. Constantly color your picture gray, and your picture will always be bleak. Try adding some bright colors to the picture by including humor, and your picture begins to lighten up.

    "Soul Rays: Discover the Vibratory Frequency of Your Soul". Book by Candia L Sanders, p. 125, 2013.
  • October is nature's funeral month. Nature glories in death more than in life. The month of departure is more beautiful than the month of coming - October than May. Every green thin loves to die in bright colors.

  • It is not bright colors but good drawing that makes figures beautiful.

    "The Quotable Artist". Book by Peggy Hadden, p. 32, 2002.
  • The imagination is a palette of bright colors. You can use it to touch up memories — or you can use it to paint dreams.

    Dream   Memories   Color  
  • Every green thing loves to die in bright colors. The vegetable cohorts march glowing out of the year in flaming dresses, as if to leave this earth were a triumph and not a sadness. It is never nature that is sad, but only we, that dare not look back on the past, and that have not its prophecy of the future in our bosoms.

    Sadness   Past   Glowing  
    Henry Ward Beecher (1855). “Star papers; or, Experiences of art and nature”, p.183
  • I like bright colors.

  • Much is missed if we have eyes only for the bright colors. Nature should be viewed without distinction... She makes no choice herself; everything that happens has equal significance. Nothing can be dispensed with. This is a common mistake that many people make: They think that half of nature can be destroyed - the uncomfortable half - while still retaining the acceptable and the pleasing side.

  • Seeing Michelle Obama's bright color choices, and how she made people smile and reinforced Obama's platforms of hope and change, was inspiring.

    Color   People   Choices  
  • Words can mean different things to different people. It is important to understand what people mean when they use a certain word. Let's make an example. Take the word gay. Fifty years ago, gay meant exclusively cheerfulness, lighthearted excitement, merry or bright colors. Today this word has a different meaning. You won't call a cheerful person gay because it could be understood as something else.

    Mean   Gay   Color  
  • ...the first thing you do at the end is reflect on the beginning. Maybe it's some form of reverse closure, or just the basic human impulse toward sentimentality, or masochism, but as you stand there shell-shocked in the charred ruins of your life, your mind will invariably go back to the time when it all started. And even if you didn't fall in love in the eighties, in your mind it will fee like the eighties, all innocent and airbrushed, with bright colors and shoulder pads and Pat Benatar or The Cure on the soundtrack.

  • People in this world shun people for being great, for being a bright color, for standing out. But the time is now, to be OK with being the greatest you.

    Color   People   World  
  • An artist is either good at color or good at value but rarely good at both. I focus on the tonal range, the dark-light effects, rather than the full color range of bright colors. I just don't know what to do with all those cadmiums.

    Dark   Artist   Color  
  • I realized that I wasn't naturally born to good taste. I understand what it is, but I am happy to wear bright colors. I do have a few items of black clothing, but I think good taste and doing the same thing over and over again is what the whole art world has become.

    Art   Thinking   Color  
  • As I see it, fast food outfits have targeted small children with their advertising in a very effective way. You know, it's clowns and kid's toys and bright colors and things like that.

    Children   Kids   Color  
    Interview with Tavis Smiley, June 18, 2010.
  • Revolution begins in putting on bright colors.

    Tennessee Williams (1994). “Collected Stories”, p.129, New Directions Publishing
  • If I feel really ugly or unhappy, sometimes I'll choose bright colors so they'll make me feel good. Yellows, pinks, light blues and orange. I just want to feel good all the time if I can. And colors and hairstyles and all that kind of helps out.

    Light   Color   Orange  
  • And even if you didn't fall in love in the eighties, in your mind it will feel like the eighties, all innocent and airbrushed, with bright colors and shoulder pads and Pat Benetar or the Cure on the soundtrack.

    Jonathan Tropper (2009). “This Is Where I Leave You: A Novel”, p.44, Penguin
  • Too many bright colors make for congestion. Too many bright colors need, above all, contrast in value, to eliminate vibration.

    Color   Design   Needs  
  • Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment.

    Claude Monet (1969). “Claude Monet”
  • The key to looking great in the evening is to look original. Try to look different from others without looking out of place. When everyone else is wearing black, stand out in a bold, bright color. When everyone else is wearing dress that falls to the floor, shock them with a short gold brocade suit. But try not to overdo it. Focus on one thing: Will it be a statement neckclace, a stunning pair of earrings, or really big hair? You decide.

    Fashion   Fall   Hair  
  • When I think of the Harlem Renaissance, I think of bright colors, and bold, dynamic art. African American artists of the period were, in large measure, breaking out of the constrictions white society had set for them. They were claiming and remaking their own images, and doing so in bold and striking ways.

    Art   Thinking   Color  
  • When you want to make the main color pure and bright, don't just keep adding bright colors on it. Just make the colors around the spot darker and dull. It will give the scene dramatical effects.I think the life is the same.

    Thinking   Color   Giving  
  • If I wear bright colors or something, I'll tie all my hair back. I don't want to look too like 'Girls Next Door.'

    Girl   Ties   Hair  
    "Biography/Personal Quotes".
  • I love being a woman and I was not one of these women who rose through professional life by wearing men's clothes or looking masculine. I loved wearing bright colors and being who I am.

    Men   Who I Am   Color  
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