Site Development Plan
- More items will be added to this Internet site in the next few months, which inspired by Swiss Expressionist painter and teacher Johannes Ittens (1888-1967) and projects such as the Public Catalogue Foundation, is intended as an on-line gallery of great art.
- The Milkmaid is a Dutch genre painting by Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675), with areas of painted in lead-tin yellow, ultramarine blue and white lead pigments; and the blue and yellow, which together dominate as a pair of contrasting colours, could be exchanged or mixed with a third colour.
- Add a JQuery fadein/out script to the image map colours change and post example to YouTube with link in to this page.
- The existing photomosaic applications will be consolidated, and a more advanced programme for computer generated art composed of tile images incorporated with Flickr API should replace them. It should also be ossible to save resulting image to Flickr, print or export as PNG or JPG image file. Saved images could be linked through RSS to other web sites.
- Add matrice transformations for art modules
- The "Chromatography" of the British chemist George Field (1777-1854), upon which this Internet site relies heavily for it descriptions of colours reads like a sales brochure for the paint pots available at the time it was written. It would therefore be appropriate to turn the pages describing colours into products and link them to a sales cart for pots of paint.
- Elements of the periodic table will be linked to each other and also to colours through access to content of database fields on each page and development of the existing form module on pages.
- Creative Commons Licence to be updated.