Color Theory and 2D Design Minimester Winter Session

Color Theory and 2D Design Minimester Winter Session

250.00

Three sessions on Sunday afternoons, 12pm - 3pm

Upcoming dates:

  • January 20, 27 & February 3

Quantity:
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About

In this mini-mester course we will be surveying the history of color theory, taking pages from Josef Alber’s “Interaction of Color” to experiment with illusions and transparencies created by color combinations and its subsequent effect on the eye. We will look at examples by color field and abstract expressionist painters, in addition to examples of color theory in graphic design and advertising. 

All levels are welcome, but experience with figure drawing and oil painting is suggested. Painting materials will be supplied.

 

Jenny Carolin, Instructor

Jenny Carolin received her Masters in Fine Arts with a concentration in Painting from Syracuse University, and her Bachelors in Fine Arts from the Columbus College of Art and Design. She has taught Figure Drawing, Foundation Drawing and Drawing and Painting for Non-Art Majors for the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University. Currently she is the Director of Shoestring Studio and a Co-Founder of the Mudhouse Artist Residency program in Crete.