Part I: Color Theory Painting, Translating Color Theory into Practice

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Part I: Color Theory Painting, Translating Color Theory into Practice

665.00

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

Mixed Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Faculty: Rebecca George

Course Dates: Thursday’s, 6:00-9:00 PM

July 13-September 21, 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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A detailed color theory course that supports artists in learning color methodology and applying and appropriating aspects of most interest into one's own painting pursuits. Instruction includes painting and color warm ups, demos, lecture, critique and encouragement to successfully translate color theory into practice in one's own work. An excellent way to gain technical and experiential confidence with oil paint, building palettes and developing a body of work.

Supply List: Paint colors (with suggested brand): Cadmium Red (Holbein),Alizarin Crimson (Williamsburg), Magenta (any brand), Cadmium Yellow Light (Holbein), Cadmium Lemon (Williamsburg), Hansa Yellow (M. Graham), Ultramarine Blue (M. Graham), Cobalt Blue (Holbein), Manganese Blue (Sennelier), Intense Black (Old Holland) and Radiant White (Gamblin). Rags, Brushes, Range of Mediums, Palette (Paper or Glass), Solvent/Mediums, Jars, 280 Gram Rives BFK, Fluid Matte Medium (Liquitex).

Contact me for specific recommendations based on what you have vs. what you'll need: rebecca@TheArtHouse.us