by @schulmanArt, Miriam Schulman
|Magical Bee Painting has watercolor’s luminosity|
Color therapy is one of the fastest growing trends in holistic medicine. Different colors turn out to have strong influence on people’s moods dues to the different light frequencies they emit. Find colors that influence you positively to help with mood swings. The aim of color therapy is to balance the energy of the body and soul. Color therapists recommend pink for spiritual harmony and curing emotional wounds. Pink increases self-confidence. Imagine yourself in pink light and no one can harm you.
|Pink Artwork coordinating with Pantone’s Cabaret|
Are you looking for art to brighten your decor with pretty pink for color therapy? This Insect art for sale pictures a black and yellow bumblebee sitting on a bright bubblegum pink flower. The insect wall art is modern and contemporary yet remains a classic for kids and adults alike. The bee painting is an original artwork, has great texture, style and comes wired and ready to hang without a frame.
|New Bee Art shown on the easel, gallery wrapped sides painted black|
TITLE Bee Creative
SIZE: 10×10″ gallery wrapped canvas, deep 1 1/2 inch sides,
MEDIA: Archival Watercolor on canvas with black inks, varnished.
|Decorating Idea using Pink Cabaret and Bumblebee Art|
Master bedroom is soft and painted platinum but has a bright cabaret pink bolster pillow and coordinating artwork. The Morgan bed by Cisco Brothers is upholstered in Schumacher’s Gainsborough velvet. Walls are painted Edgecomb Gray by Benjamin Moore.
How do you think surrounding yourself with pink helps your self-confidence?
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4 thoughts on “Color Therapy: Using Pink to help Your Self-Confidence”
Your post is very interesting. 🙂
I love the post! Thank you for featuring my satin rosette.
I love pink because it makes me feel so girly, sexy and feminine 🙂
Have a fabulous day!
I totally agree! I also think that redecorating, or just changing things around every now and then greatly improves mood and creativity as well 🙂
Thank you for featuring my glittery elephants in your fantastic post!
Interesting post! I do believe that color can greatly affect mood. I love yellow, and everytime I am in my living room I feel energized and happy.
Thanks for including my asian poppy ring in your lovely treasury!