Seeing in Full Color!
(Mar. 2022)

Do you want to create luminous colors in your paintings? Learn to see the full color of what is truly there so that you can paint it. Lighting conditions, atmosphere, and the surrounding environment affect an object's color and shadow.

There are a variety of methods used to create convincing colors in a painting. However, there is no formula. A few tips on what to look for, combined with careful observation, will help you notice an object's subtle color nuances. Capturing the full range of color and color relationships will make your artwork sing! Take your artwork to the next level, no matter your preferred style.

Meets: (4) Mondays 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Dates: Mar. 14, 21, 28 & Apr. 4 in 2022
Location: TPS Art Center (2447 N. Los Altos, Tucson, Arizona 85705)

Instructor: Lisa Larrabee
Format: Lecture & demonstration, studio practice with individual feedback or one-on-one instruction.
Level: Beginner to intermediate. All levels are welcome!

Medium: Oil paint, acrylic, watercolors, and pastels or pastel pencils are welcome!
Technique: Observing and painting from life and photo reference.
Materials The instructor will email the materials list before the first day of class. Note that painters must use drop cloths over tabletops. Oil painters are specifically required to use Gamsol or odorless mineral spirits & dispose of their oily rags in a flammable waste can.

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