Theme: "Color Planning Strategies for Your Art"
In this 3-week Nov/Dec session, we'll be taking a look at various strategies for planning which colors to use and determining how much of those colors to use in your work.
Students will walk away with several experimental color studies, a few medium-size proofs, and one large finished piece of art.
In this course, students will learn new techniques each night through class demonstration, instructor critique, and peer interaction. Each session will have a new theme and you'll learn a new aspect of color as you apply it to your personal projects and class exercises.
In this session, students will need to bring 1 pad of canvas paper and a large canvas/wood panel of your choice (between 2-4 feet on the longest side). Loose canvas for the medium sized proofs will be provided.
For all other supplies, bring what you have BUT if you have no paints, then use this list to get started...
Supply List (for those with no paints, etc., already on hand)
• Cost $99 (3 classes)
• Thursdays, 6:00pm-9:00pm
• Intermediate skill level
• For acrylic and oil painters
• Student parking available in back lot
Be sure to pick up a Student Parking Pass at the front desk when you arrive.
Who should take this class...
• those who want to push their work in eye-catching ways
• those who want more freedom with color
• those who want to make good decisions when buying paint
• those who loves color and wants to explore more!
Register below for the next available session. New students may jump in any time!
About the instructor
Kristen is a graphic designer, an award-winning artist, and certified art instructor. She studied Art Education at Middle Tennessee State University because it seemed to be the most natural path: she loved art and she loved helping others. Being a part of bringing other's ideas to life and giving students confidence to move their art forward is one of her greatest joys. Her work and styles vary across multiple mediums: from mixed media abstracts to expressive acrylic florals to plein air oil landscapes.