… can be the icing on the cake. Here you see two shots, which aren’t ideal but illustrate the importance of color. First a wood carving from the Nepal-Himalaya-Garden in Wiesent, Bavaria. The yellow baldachin has three functions: It draws the attention of the spectator, is an important part of the picture’s statement and influences it’s structure. Without the yellow top it would be visually unattractive. The little boy’s hand is an amusingly coincidental addition to the many-armed figure. The second is from a walk near Bolzano in Italy. This red iron art work emphasises the depth of the scene, captivating the viewer.