(501) Hardworking Hue, Enigmatic Intensity and the Beauty of Color Relationships. Part 1 of 2

2021-Workshops - Dunnewold_Hardworking_Hue-1NOTE: This is a 1-day, 2-session class. We will review aspects of color theory from the new perspective of developing a personal “color constant.” This revolutionary way of thinking about hue, value, intensity, and myriad color relationships finally offers an approach to understanding color theory that is easy to understand and makes sense!

The class is developed as a series of illustrated lectures that are informative and sometimes humorous! Students will not be expected to purchase supplies prior to the class, but will be able to use the information to create color tools—color wheels and value scales, for example—in order to pursue the information hands-on at home. Hand-outs will be provided.

Instructor:

X-Jane Dunnewold

Experience Level:

Open to All

Class Length:

One-day Class

Class Day/Time:

Friday Morning

Maximum Class Size:

100

Materials fee:

$30 covers a kit with Color Constant Cards, a gray Value Scale, a thermofax screen of a color wheel outline, and squeegee. (Optional) Order from Jane at hello@janedunnewold.com.

Student Supplies:

An optional kit is available and can be purchased before or after the class.