Color Study

Color is ephemeral.

As with these dried, pink, miniature roses, their color when fresh was different from when they entered this studio. Then again, once dry, colors we saw in the studio in our Gulf Coast light may have been different than colors you could see in this image on your device screen.

Here, we endeavor to provide the utmost in color user experience. Ours is ink on paper, a very different experience than on screen. And, also, unique to your paper choice and geographic location.

We are happy to provide general color options. We are delighted to take a client through the rigors and challenges of finding the happy medium, no pun intended, between ideal color matching and what can be accomplished on engraved stationery.

Here are three articles authored by Nancy Sharon Collins about color in print and color perception:

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