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Application of Color Concepts in Drawing and Paint

March 16 @ 6:00 pm

Application of Color Concepts in Drawing and Painting: Intermediate Level Tuesdays, 6:00 – 8:00 pm. March 16 – April 13. Color is one of the fundamental elements of creative investigations and as such it is important to not only be exposed to color theory, but to understand how to apply that theory to original compositions. This course is an intermediate intensive 5-week investigation into the Itten theory of color (hue, value, intensity, simultaneity, proportional application) and how to apply those theoretical principles to studio work. Because this is an intermediate color concept class previous experience working with color principles is recommended. Minimum 5 students to run. Materials: Color making media: preferred color pencils: acceptable: watercolor or acrylic paint. Drawing Pencils: 6H: 4H: 2B Drawing paper: for use with color pencils: watercolor paper if using watercolors and canvas or canvas boards if using acrylic (heavy [300 lbs.] watercolor paper can also be used if painting with acrylics). Instructor: Don Seastrum. $135/student. In Partnership with the Vita Institute for the Arts.


March 16
6:00 pm
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