Concepts of Color Workshop

Saturday and Sunday, July 14-15th

Time : 10am-1pm, 2pm-5pm

Instructor : Devin Cecil Wishing

Limited to 10 students.

Whenever artists are painting, regardless of the subject matter, what they are really painting is light. This Concepts of Color Workshop- Portrait and Still Life workshop will emphasize the idea of “going beyond the color wheel” and beginning to think of color as a three dimensional “color space” which we can freely navigate within.

Students will learn how to accurately mix color, how to avoid “dead” “muddy” or “chalky” color and most importantly, how to begin thinking of color not as a set of isolated pigments but rather as an interconnected series of relationships.

This workshops will include in-depth lectures and demonstrations by the instructor on the properties of color and the physics of light. Students will also complete small  “color studies” to put the information in to practice.

We will pack a lot of information into two days, so whether you are a beginning student looking for an introduction to color painting or a more advanced painter looking to refine your understanding of light and color, this class will be a great opportunity to take your understanding to the next level.

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5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Price: $260.00

Saturday and Sunday
July 14-15th
A two day workshop
Devin Cecil Wishing, Instructor

SKU: Concepts of Color Workshop. Category: .

2 reviews for Concepts of Color Workshop

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Wow! This workshop delivered exactly as promised. The instructor clarified the differences between hue, value and chroma succinctly and very patiently.
    The entire day was thoroughly enjoyable and educational.
    Thank you to Devin Cecil-Wishing and Rob Zeller of Teaching Studios of Art for making this workshop available.

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I have taken Devin’s classes and also a color workshop of his and can only say that if you are looking to understand how color in oil painting works, don’t miss this opportunity.

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