Exploring Color

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F+W Media, Sep 15, 1998 - Art - 144 pages
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Color touches the emotions. More than rigid rules and theories govern its use. But beautiful color is no happy accident—in order to use color effectively, you much understand how it works.

In this classic book, popular workshop instructor Nita Leland illustrates the principles of color with step-by-step demonstrations and finishes paintings. You'll find 87 exercises that help you apply this information in your own work, showing you ways to use color to strengthen your composition...express powerful moods and emotions...create striking harmonies...and more!

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User Review  - Sherry (sethurner) - Goodreads

I bought this book second hand on eBay, and I'm glad I didn't pay full price, since the book will probably sit on my art reference shelf most of the time. She covers everything an artist needs to know about color theory in depth - maybe more depth than I want right now. Read full review

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User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

This is a fabulous book full of information about color for any artist - painting, drawing, quilting, crafting, whatever! The author takes you through the color wheel and mixing colors with paints ... Read full review


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