Part II: Color Theory Painting, Translating Color Theory Into Practice

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Part II: Color Theory Painting, Translating Color Theory Into Practice

665.00

Color Theory Painting, Translating Color Theory into Practice, Part II

Mixed Level: Beginner to Advanced

Faculty: Rebecca George

Course Dates: Sunday's, 3:00-6:00 PM

July 16-September 24, 2017

SPACE IS LIMITED & COURSES FILL QUICKLY: REGISTER SOON

Make-up classes provided for student absences within same semester time frame; payment plans available for returning students.

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Designed for painters with moderate to advanced experience with color mixing, this class can be the companion to the Part I Handmade Light course or taken on its own . Part II extends the structure as Part I, dividing the 12 weeks into 2 sections , progressively advanced in deepening the artists experiential understanding of successfully applying color theory into practice. Course combines demos, warm-ups, free studies, supportive critique and review of color in contemporary art with open studio time for painters to explore theory in practice of subject matter of individual selection/interest.