Art is simply more than just playing. Creating any kind of art uses a different side of your brain and it challenges you to solve problems creatively. There is no set recipe, but you can use some tools of the trade to help.
Let’s take using color for example. Colors evoke emotions by themselves regardless of subject matter. Learning to use the right color for the emotion you want the viewer to have is critical. Colors change when they are placed beside other colors too. It’s no wonder figuring out color is challenging.
Look at these two paintings of the same subject. The color scheme chosen gives the viewer a different feel. How does the blue and orange painting make you feel compared to the yellow and purple? Do you know what color scheme the artists used in each?
If you want to learn more about color theory, I am offering a 3 Day Color Theory Workshop. Through a study of Color Theory, you will be able to use color with the biggest impact, and you will know which colors to use and how to mix them.
You will also learn the different colors of light. Different times of the day have a different light. Geographic locations also differ in their light. Not all light is created equally! Here’s some examples of the color of light at two different times on a sunny Missouri day.
The world of color is an exciting one! Let your artistic garden start to bloom today by reserving your seat in this 3 Day Color Theory Workshop!
324 S. Campbell Street, Springfield, MO
Monday – Wednesday – February 9th – 11th
9:00 – 4:00
Registration fee: $200.00