Exploring Color

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North Light Publishers, 1985 - Art - 192 pages
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EXPLORING COLOR tells you how to use and control color in your paintings.

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This is a highly competent study of color, especially for the beginner. Leland explores the history, science, and theory of artistic uses of color before diving into comprehensive exercises and ... Read full review

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Great info on color theory, with unique points of view & exercises. Looks at oil, watercolor & acrylics as well as fibers. Covers many different palettes and color mixing skills. Some added details I didn't expect with only a few areas left untouched. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
10
Part One
15
Color in Science
16
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Nita Leland is a graduate of Otterbein University and has taught classes and workshops in watercolor, collage, creativity, and color for more than thirty years. She is active as a judge for art exhibits, and currently conducts workshops throughout the United States and Canada. Nita is the author of "Exploring Color", "Confident Color", "The New Creative Artist", and "New Creative Collage Techniques", all published by North Light Books. Visit her website at nitaleland.com.

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