1. Immediate Response: First noticed would have to be that the the colors work well together and encompass a sense of spring. The yellow and purple are complimentary colors, the green and yellow resemble the grass and sun in spring, and the green and purple create a nice, refreshing contrast to each other. It would have been a better effect if all three colors were closer together in the photo, though.
2. Objective Description: There are three circles in a row in the photo. A green circle is on the left side (while looking at the picture), a purple circle is in the center, and a bright yellow circle is to the right of the purple. All three circles had been painted on a white brick wall.
3. Formal Matters: There isn't much line quality, as the circles are randomly painted on the walls. They are in a line because of the way the photo was taken. The color quality in the picture is a bit dark, but it's still easy to recognize what the colors are. There is a bit more white space than would have been liked.
4. The Story It Tells: Spring: On a bright and cheerful day, someone of the maintenance crew walks down a boring, whitewash hallway. Now, looking at the walls, they grew a bit depressed at the reminder of a hospital wing, so they decide to do something about it. Putting in a request and getting it approved, they buy several cans of bright, cheerful paints: blue, green, yellow and pink. They set to work, painting diligently for hours, making each circle perfect. At the end of the day, they close the paint cans and look down the hallway with pride. One thing was reminded to them: Spring.
5. The Work in the World: In comparison with the famous Paul Cezanne's works, my painted circles seem to have a brighter color to them. However, Cezanne's paintings and drawings show the different values in the colors as well as meaning and emotion. My circles are just those: circles. Paul Cezanne's works are art and are meant to move the viewer, rather than just break up a monotonous hallway.