Pictures from the colour analyst meeting held in Toronto in September 2016.
Introducing a new location for 12 Blueprints personal colour analysis (PCA) in the lovely (easy!) city of London, Ontario.
From the post at Your Natural Design: It is important that this career be right for you and that you be right for it. We present some thoughts about our approach and practice of PCA, and what the analysts who never question their career decision have in common.
As a network that prioritizes continued learning, we broadened our skills in many formats, as you’ll see in the pictures. Colour is a dance that shifts, moves, and surprises. We may step in but we may never lead.
Many analysts have requested a conversation about creating a business structure and developing business opportunities.
Each one of us came home a better colour analyst, the teachers as much as the students. L to R: Terry, seated (Michigan), Cori Johnson (Seattle), Courtenay Gibson (Mass.), Shahna McNally (Edmonton), Anette Henriksen (Denmark), Jorunn Hernes (Norway), Gabi Pusztai (London), Ksenia Zvyagina (Moscow). An atmosphere of everyone teaching everyone all the time is where … Continue reading Colour Analyst Conference 2014 Pictures
We provide continued support for our students in numerous formats, but it’s not the same as being there. The analysts in our group have to be solid. The public needs to know and trust that PCA can be life-changing.
We must meet our peers to see how we are performing in our industry, very challenging for our profession, since we work independently.
The precise fan colours are not necessarily represented and they don’t need to be. Maybe it’s better that they’re not, to give you a sense of the Season’s borders in colour space, often wider than what the literal interpretation of the swatch books suggests.
Colour comparisons are more exciting than ever. Tolerances for specific colour dimensions may be tighter. More than anything else, I’m especially proud of the plasticity of these drapes. Based on our solid belief that colour analysis is entirely dependent on relationships and comparisons, we aimed to express the 3-dimensional truth of every colour.