Experience color hands-on through creating color boards, wheels, and value scales. Using the colors of The Atelier's Paxton Palette, we will explore the attributes of color: hue, value, and chroma. Projects will be paced by order of completion and students will work at their own pace. We'll discuss the color wheel as it relates to painting with the Paxton Palette. Topics will also include mixing "mud", Munsell and Gamblin color space, direct vs. indirect painting, color temperature, color harmony, color psychology, and a bit of color history. Plus we'll demystify the information on paint labels. Please contact Christine (firstname.lastname@example.org) for what to bring to the first class. Familiarity with color attributes, or Color 1 or similar is strongly recommended before taking Color 2.
|THURSDAYS||Sep. 13, 2018||4:15-6:45pm||Color 1||Christine Mitzuk||15 weeks||$230|
Deepen your understanding of color and expand your color possibilities. In this course we'll put color theory into context with exercises, exploration, and practical application of theory used in various painting scenarios. Topics include: the color wheel; ways to alter chroma; the relative nature of color attributes; color meaning; color harmony; color constancy; and simultaneous contrast. Color 1 or similar, and previous painting experience are strongly recommended. Contact Christine with questions and for supply list: email@example.com
|THURSDAYS||Jan. 24, 2019||4:15-6:45pm||Color 2||Christine Mitzuk||15 weeks||$230|