Learn to Use Color: 4 Sessions Online
About the instructor: Art has always been a part of Colleen’s life paralleling her development as a person, through education, becoming an adult, raising children and her professional career. She has successfully merged them all somehow and has been addicted to education her entire life. She is honored to hold an MFA in painting from the Academy of Art in San Francisco. Now with a business degree, a graphic design degree and an MFA, Colleen has all the knowledge and motivation she needed to pursue her fine art practice and teach and inspire students from around the globe.
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Title: Learn to Use Color: 4 Sessions
Instructor: Colleen Gianatiempo
Dates: October 27 and November 3, 10, 17
Day & Time: Wednesdays, 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Currently offered online!
Description: How do you combine colors in your work? Is your style dynamic, subtle, harmonious, or edgy? What are hues, chroma, value, saturation, tones, tints, and shades–and how do these aspects affect the way we perceive color? Color theory is a body of practical guidance that creates a logical structure for color, including everything from color mixing and the visual effects of specific color combinations to the relationships we have with color. Explore the three basic categories of color theory: the color wheel, color harmony, and the context of how colors are used.
Fee: $140 Members; $160 Non-members
Materials: Download materials list here!
Notes: 16+ years of age welcome. No prior experience necessary. Minimum registration required for workshop to proceed.
By enrolling you are agreeing the Frank Bette Center Cancellation Terms and Refund Policy.
Artist, Colleen Gianatiempo
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