Coral - The Colour of the Year

By Sarah Newton
Melbourne, Victoria

About this Curation

Pantone describes the living Coral (16-1546) colour of the year as, "an animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge."
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This is the twentieth year running Pantone has recognized a colour to stand out amongst others. Pantone recounts that the decision is influenced by multiple industries, including fashion, graphic design and industrial design. Bluethumb artists have also been inspired by the nurturing colour, incorporating living coral in their practice.
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About the Curator

Sarah Newton is an artist and curator based in Melbourne. Born in Perth, she completed a Bachelor of Arts from Edith Cowan University. In her undergraduate studies, Sarah focused on and developed her practice as a painter and printmaker.
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In 2017 she moved to Victoria to complete her Masters' studies in Arts Management from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, she graduated with distinction in 2019. Sarah is an active member of the arts community in Melbourne, frequently visiting exhibitions and was a guest judge for Mission to Seafarers annual Art Prize in 2018.

50.5cm (W) x 50.5cm (H)
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91.5cm (W) x 91.5cm (H)
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