Date: Fridays, March 4-April 8, 2022 (no class April 1)
Time: 10:00AM-12:00PM Pacific Time, 1:00-3:00 PM Eastern Time, 6:00-8:00 PM London Time
Level: not suitable for first-time painters – ideal for those who work en plein air or in studio and want to expand their perspectives on color harmony
Medium: Oil, pastel, watercolor or acrylic
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The most effective color solutions in landscape painting do much more than replicate the colors found in our photos — or even in nature. To capture the qualities of color and light, painters also rely on a color strategy. We typically think of the strategy as only being about the relationships founds on the color wheel, such analogous, complementary, or split-complementary. In fact, a “complete” color strategy involves two other essential aspects of color — relative values and saturation levels. In this class you will learn how all three aspects work together to form a unified and harmonious depiction of light. Additionally, you will learn:
This is not a workshop for first-time painters, but is ideally suited for those who work en plein air or in studio and want to expand their perspectives on color harmony.