The surface of Venice is constantly metamorphosing and painting Venice is almost like being a restorer, peeling off the layers to find the picture after picture underneath.
Pink is heavily featured in the streets of Venice, on the outside of the old buildings, in the light of sunset and dawn reflecting on the water. Like the handmade terracotta that has been used for a long time, blush pink is an adaptable choice for interiors of different types. Elegant and sophisticated, it can brighten up any room, providing a splash of color that isn’t too vibrant, just the right amount of warmth, like the rays of sun warming placid waters.
Pink is a beautiful color, because it is one of the colors that the sun makes at twilight and in the dawns.
Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it.
It isn't surprising that Venice has been called the City on Water. Built on a cluster of islands, the streets interlock with canals and bridges, allowing for the peculiar experience to walk amongst the city’s buildings as well as sailing through them, either sailing on the distinctive gondolas or using waterbuses. Typically a cloudy aquamarine, the color of water is important to feature if one wants to capture the aesthetic of Venice, the feeling of being one with nature, claiming some space where one usually wouldn’t find it.