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Color is a catalyst for feelings - about how we look, decorate our home or office, plant in our garden, and relate to each other. The right colors stimulate or relax our senses, release happy memories, reflect how we feel about our personal space, and ourselves. For the past twenty-five years, color authority and best-selling author, Lee Eiseman, has spoken to thousands of consumers and professionals about the influence of color. Now she provides expert answers for all of us who want more color in our lives. For The Color Answer Book, she has selected the questions people ask her most and divided them into the areas that most affect your life - emotional responses; wardrobe planning, makeup, hair color, and accessories; decorating your home and office for yourself and for those you live and work with; your health; and especially your garden or outdoor space.
Leatrice Eiseman is founder and director of the Eiseman Center for Color Information and Training, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, and spokesperson for Pantone, Inc. With degrees and advanced studies in psychology and counseling, in addition to her background in business and color/design, Ms. Eiseman travels 160 days a year speaking on color at trade shows, design centers, schools, and conventions for both professional and consumer groups. She is quoted extensively in the press and has made hundreds of appearances on major television shows as guest expert. Lee has written four previous books, Alive with Color (Acropolis Books, 1983), and The Pantone Book of Color (Harry Abrams, 1990), Colors for Your Every Mood (Capital, 1998), and Pantone Guide to Communicating with Color (Graphix Press, 2000). She lives in a claret red house on Bainbridge Island, Washington with her husband.