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The following seven courses presuppose a sound understanding of the principles of drawing, value organization and design principles, all of which are offered in the foundation in drawing and design course.
Before frightening the student with the notion that organizing the palette is difficult, let me quickly say we need only three pigment colors and white paint to get started.
The color theory and palette control videos, couple with the text by Frank Morley Fletcher, provide all the information needed to gain considerable control over the subject.
The fear that color control and color theory are complex and difficult are unfounded. We will only need three colored pigments and white paint to create the basic palette.
While watching the video series of lectures, please keep in mind that at no time do we place more that seven colors on the palette, and often we will only use four or five of those.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Oct 2015
I am really enjoying the Palette Control & Color Theory series. It has really opened my eyes to new ways of seeing color. Thank you so much Myron for sharing this information.
Posted by Sean Delonas on 26th Feb 2015
Very briefly studied at Barnstone Studios in the early 1980's. Myron was the first art teacher I had who actually taught art in a serious manner. I've worked as a professional illustrator/fine artist ( www.SeanDelonas.com ) for the past 30 years and still use what I learned from drawing those bottles. Thank you, Myron Barnstone.
Posted by Kathleen Swope on 26th Feb 2015
I am an art teacher. I use the course not only for my professional development but also will be purchasing some of the recommended texts for our school library. My hope is to create interdisciplinary art/ math projects.