Making color sing

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Watson-Guptill, Apr 1, 1986 - Art - 159 pages
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Through clear, illuminating exercises, this brilliant book explores new ways to think about color, generating responses that unlock personal creativity and allows artists to express themselves with paint as never before. In thirty-one practical and stimulating lessons, author Jeanne Dobie offers insights into ways to use both color and composition to make paintings come alive. Lessons include: Creating with a Personal Palette Achieving Luminous Grays Mixing Powerful Color Making Color Pulsate Invoking Visual Tension Weaving Color Through Space Designing with Vibrating Color Planning the Color Design Making Shapes Dynamic Transforming a Painting with Glazes

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Review: Making Color Sing: Practical Lessons in Color and Design

User Review  - Barry Stoch - Goodreads

This is an amazing book for learning how to get the most out of your watercolour painting. As a begineer I have tried to read as much as I could and there were bits and pieces that I had picked up ... Read full review

Review: Making Color Sing: Practical Lessons in Color and Design

User Review  - Annette M. - Goodreads

The artist has developed a beautiful and effective color palette and I have loved using the suggested colors in my paintings. Read full review

Contents

Commitment to Excellence
8
MOUSE POWER
14
GREENS GREENS AND MORE GREENS
24
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Jeanne Dobie, a teacher and painter whose work is shown widely and often wins coveted awards, lives in Pennsylvania.


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