Updated: Aug 28
What we call "gray" may sound as dull, nor black nor white, something in between, boring.
During one of the first watercolor classes, my professor taught me the power of mixing complementary colors to obtain many different kinds of this underrated hue, each of them composed of subtle layers of vibrant shades.
The opposites balanced in one tone, the differences peacefully coexisting in one unique and inclusive state.
Gray is the perfect equilibrium when it is not just a middle way from black to white, but a wise composition of striking contradictions.