Posts TaggedColor theory

Josef Albers “Interaction of Color”

I first encountered Albers’¬†Interaction of Color¬†as an undergraduate student at the Slade School of Fine Art, in London, U.K. The Slade had one of the original sets of screen prints that accompanied the first edition, so I spent hours poring over the prints and marveling at the mutability of color. Years later, when I was asked to teach a Color class at the School of…

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Supply List for Color: Theory and Practice

Available to purchase at first class: mixed media paper block  (12 Euro from Boesner) – make sure to bring 12 Euro exact change to first class. Bring:  Clean palette or disposable palettes Scissors glue stick Optional: your own brushes other optional materials will be discussed during the workshop, as things progress and individual interests develop Provided by Berlin Drawing Room: acrylic paint brushes (used) paper…

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