Time & Location
Mar. 05, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
TAP Centre for Creativity, 203 Dundas Street, London, ON, Canada
About The Event:
Successful Colour Mixing
Facing a palette loaded with colours can be the most daunting task about being an artist. Even though it seems impossible, your palette of just a few pigments can accurately emulate any colour you see. Through practical studio sessions working from live setups, we will delve deep into the mystery of colour mixing. We will get to know each colour on our palette along with their characteristics and roles in painting. We will examine components like hue tendency, value and chroma and put them into play so they work to help us mix any color in our sight. Complementary color theory, temperature and types of light are subjects we will cover thoroughly.
*Beginners and advanced painters will benefit from this course.
About the instructor Paul Abeleira is a graduate of Western’s Visual Arts program. He continues his own studies in still life and portraiture in workshops in New York, Wisconsin and Arizona, and has instructed artists in many facets of visual arts. Paul has taught at TAP for over 10 years and has received positive responses from his students who characterize him as a sensitive coach with a broad range of skills and knowledge. He is committed to make the learning experience worthwhile.
Thursday evenings 6:00-9:00pm*PLEASE NOTE NEW TIME
March 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2019
Instructor: Paul Abeleira
Location: Cocker Fulton Studio
$120 + materials (Artist Circle $108)