Deadline for registration is 7 PM on the day before the first class. Any registrations received after 7 PM the night before the first class of the session will receive the pre-recorded video of the first class (or classes missed if session already began). Be sure to include your email address.
This four-section online workshop is designed to develop and hone skills in color identification; mixing from primaries; and matching color. Color-mixing exercises that build upon each other reveal principles of creating color, including hue, value, temperature, and tone. Discussion will include color compositions that are subtle or bright; high contrast or low; monochromatic, analogous, or complementary. The knowledge gained will allow artists to incorporate into their work an understanding of where the mixtures that we use come from and how to mix these and any color desired from primaries. Artists will also come away with four color-charts that they created following along with the instructor’s step-by-step direction.
Open to painters in any medium.
April 5, 12, 19, 26.
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Here is what our students are saying:
“Love this class!!!! I’m so glad I signed up!”
“Christie’s classes are totally organized and she is very generous with her time for critiques.”
“Also….. love love love your class…es! Sparks for the bonfire in me to create! How wonderful your painting journey has been in “becoming!” So appreciated that you are sharing it!”
“Instructor was accessible and for my first remote class it brightened my day and I could reflect on the conversation through the video after class if I needed to review anything. Thank you”
“Christie is very articulate, and patient with the students’ questions.”
“I have enjoyed Christie Scheele’s online classes. She is very knowledgeable and organized in her presentations. I have appreciated her positive, instructional and supportive critiques.”
“This course is well thought out and Christie is very generous in revealing her approach to minimalist painting.”