Color translations from the artistic to the obscure. Scents inspired by color from Perfumer Dawn Spencer Hurwitz.
Created through a synesthetic approach, this series explores distinct “artist colors” (color pigments or paint that an artist would buy for their work) and a rather obscure textile color (that was all the rage with the 17th Century Paris – Versailles crowd). Simultaneously, the process inspired new original artworks based on color concepts associated with this range.
This kind of interplay of the ‘multi-sensory’ in art is of increased interest within the emerging perfume culture and with the public at large as is evidenced by The Denver Art Museum’s invitation to DSH to introduce her first Aroma-Color perfumes at the DAM and to conduct scent tours through their “Untitled #11- Color on the Edge” event in November 2007. The CHROMA Collection is a step into the future of perfume conception and artistry. This collection is the first of it’s kind.
The CHROMA Collection was a top 5 Finalist for the 2015 Sadakichi (Experimental Use of Scent) Award given by the Institute for Art and Olfaction.
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