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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Cincinnati, Ohio : North Light Books, ©1998
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|Notes:||"Second edition"--Title page verso.|
|Description:||144 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm|
|Contents:||Ch. 1. Exploring the History, Science and Theory of Color --
Ch. 2. Learning the Language of Color --
Ch. 3. Exploring Color Characteristics --
Ch. 4. Controlling Color Mixtures --
Demonstration 1. Painting With the Split-Primary Color-Mixing System --
Ch. 5. Working With Compatible Colors --
Demonstration 2. Comparing Compatible Palettes --
Ch. 6. Expanding Your Palette With Color Schemes --
Demonstration 3. Working With Color Schemes --
Ch. 7. Using Color Contrast --
Demonstration 4. Taking Risks With Contrast --
Ch. 8. Expressing the Harmony of Light and Shadow With Color --
Ch. 9. Unifying Color and Design --
Demonstration 5. Designing A Color Collage.
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This was one of the first art instruction books I read soon after I began painting. I borrowed it from my library and really thought the author led me through some super exercises that helped me understand the relationships of colors to one another. My advice - actually do the exercises, don't just...
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