Acrylic Colour Navigation
This practical workshop offers a fresh, concise yet expandable method of dealing with the colour circle using acrylic paints.
An understanding of colour relationships will enable use of restricted palettes to build efficient colour harmonies within an image. Navigating colour mixtures and combinations is made easier by looking at hue, chroma, and value; relating these to overall compositional problems helps in producing cohesive images, in turn making presentation of ideas more successful.
The methods used represent current contemporary practice and are suitable for use at levels 1, 2 and 3 of NCEA. Artist models will be supplied.
Duration: 90 minutes
This is a hands-on workshop using wet materials: please dress appropriately.
Featured Speaker Bio
Evan Woodruffe is an artist who is well respected for his indepth technical knowledge, with over 25 years’ experience of professionally researching artists’ materials. Evan has a MFA (1st Class Honours) from Elam, University of Auckland, and a proven exhibition and award history, with work held in significant collections, such as the Wallace Art Trust. His work has been written about in Art New Zealand and the Huffington Post.