The overall message of Sandi Henry’s fourth art instruction book, "Using Color In Your Art, Choosing Color for Impact and Pizzazz", is that you don't have to be a professional to have fun and enjoy using color in your art. Or as the famous painter Georgia O'Keeffe once said, "I can say things with color and shapes that there are no words for."
Each of the over 30 lessons/projects are themed around certain aspects of color and how it plays out in nature and art. Each project has been explored and tested in a classroom setting. "Using Color In Your Art" explores primary, secondary and complementary colors along with warm and cool colors, intermediate and analogous colors and much more. The world of color has been distilled from literally 100’s of sources and put into everyday language for all who would explore this world.
For all ages. Included are many reproductions of other students’ paintings, both children and adults, as well as those of acclaimed master artists.
A Williamson "Kids Can!® Book. 144 pages, softback art instruction book.
|Author / Artist||Sandi Henry|
|Subject||Art Education and Instruction, Art Reference, Color and Color Theory, Kids, Painting, Painting Techniques and Materials|