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Online Colour Theory: module 1

Tutor: Juliet Kac
Location: ONLINE - live streamed on Zoom
Next start date: Wednesday 20 October 2021, 10am - 12pm, 8 weeks

Enjoy learning about basic colour theory in a group setting.

This course will be based on 'The Color Coursebook, for art teachers and students' by Roy Osborne.  This workbook includes colour assignments based on Roy's own teaching methods. 

You will have the opportunity to work through these assignments as a group providing incentive and the opportunity to bounce ideas off each other.  Juliet will introduce each assignment and provide feedback.  The assignments will be begun as a group but can be worked on invidiually between sessions.

There are SIXTEEN practical assignments, using acrylics on paper in each 16 week course - which consist of 2 modules of 8 weeks.

These two modules can be taken in any order as the assignments are discrete and do not have to be worked through consecutively.  Each 8-week block will start with a colour mixing exercise (different each time so that if you have already taken an 8-week block you will not be repeating it).

Please get in touch if you have any questions by emailing the office on info@evolutionarts.org.uk.

(images below by former Colour Theory student Julia Krikman)

About the tutor - Juliet

Juliet has an M.F.A in Fine Arts (Auckland University) and a PhD on the relationship between music and painting (University of Brighton). She works as a professional portrait painter and continues to develop her abstract painting. She has many years’ experience in teaching oil painting, printmaking, life drawing and portraiture.

About Roy Osborne

Roy Osborne has extensive international and national experience of theoretical and practical art teaching and is an author of many books on colour. He was awarded the first Turner Medal of the Colour Group (G.B) and in 2019 was awarded the first Colour in Art, Design and Environment medal of the International Association of Colour (AIC). 

 

Click here for Colour Theory Materials List - Juliet

 

MATERIALS LIST FOR COLOUR THEORY COURSE WITH JULIET KAC. 

Materials can be purchased from ‘The Works’ or any budget art shop.

COURSE BOOK

The Color Coursebook, for art teachers and students' by Roy Osborne,  £13

ISBN 978-1-71660-436-2

Available online from Lulu.com or Amazon. 

DO NOT BUY ‘Color Influencing Form’ as it is an old issue with no assignments in it.

Acrylic paints – 60mm tubes.

- Magenta (deep/medium magenta, permanent rose or Quinacridone purple)

- Red (cadmium red medium / light, scarlet or napthol red)

- Yellow (cadmium yellow medium / light or azo yellow medium or light)

- Green (emerald green, permanent green deep / medium or monastral green.

- Blue (pthalocyanine blue, monastral blue or cerulean blue NOT - ultramarine or cobalt).

- Violet (dioxazine violet or purple, prism violet or ultramarine violet)

- white ((titanium white)

- Gray optional..

PAPER

1xA2 pad of white cartridge paper (150gsm weight) 20 sheets.

1x A4 pad of white cartridge paper (80gsm weight) 35 sheets

3 small sheets tracing paper A4

BRUSHES

1 large soft FLAT brush e.g. nylon ( 3/4 inch or 2 cm)

1 small soft ROUND brush e.g. nylon ( size 4 or 5)

OTHER

- 1 HB or 2B pencil,

- pencil sharpener, rubber (optional),

- ball point pen,

- cutting knife (recommended) - scissors.

- Ruler (plastic or metal 12 to 18 inches 30 – 45 cm long), compass (optional)

- 1 or more glue sticks and roll of 1 inch masking tape.

- Palette or circular plate for mixing paints. Ice cube tray for storagerecommended), jars or drinks cans for water for cleaning brushes.

- Plastic cutting mat (optional) or back of large paper pad can be used.

- Kitchen roll or paper tissues.

- Plastic sheet to protect table or work surface

- Selection of magazines and coloured paper (optional but useful)

For the first session, please read chapter one and check you have the materials required for assignment one.

If you have not received your course book before the sessions start, please contact Juliet and a copy of the first two assignments will be sent to you.