It's rare for me not to see inspiration in many contexts as I'm always constructing color combinations in my mind's eye – even from the most mundane sources. But, as I am a colorist, my favorite eureka moments usually come from gardens, no matter the season. It's difficult to improve on Mother Nature so what surrounds me in nature is always a source of creative inspiration. In addition, I enjoy abstract compilations, like a glorious sunset, as they are generally all about color (as am I)! About :
Leatrice Eiseman is a color specialist who has been called "the international color guru." Her expertise is recognized worldwide; especially as a prime consultant to Pantone, the leaders in color communication and specification.
She heads the Eiseman Center for Color Information and Training and is also executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. Eiseman has been recognized by Fortune Magazine and the Wall Street Journal as one of the most influential people in the world of color. In addition, she is also the author of eight books on color and about to complete her ninth.
Eiseman is a sought-after speaker on color trends, the psychology of color, its usage, and consumer color preference. Her academic background includes studies in both design and business, a degree in psychology from Antioch as well as certification from UCLA for advanced work in psychology that earned her a Counseling Specialist certification from the University.