Color Theory Class
Free yourself from predictable color choices and become a palette master! In this 4-week class we will paint from observation and use color mixing exercises to broaden our palettes. We’ll explore the beauty of complementary grays, work with colored light, and learn how color affects design. Students will be asked to do 15-minute drawings outside of class to sharpen their observation skills.
When: Wednesdays, October 11th-November 1st
Cost: $100 (supplies included)
Class Size: Minimum 4, Maximum 12
Instructor: Ashleigh McCann
Ashleigh McCann primarily creates abstract and nonrepresentational artwork, and she believes that practice rendering landscapes, the human figure, and still life enhances every form of artmaking. McCann emphasizes that developing a vocabulary of engaging markmaking and color theory elevate her student’s representational artwork. McCann completed a 9-month residency at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in 2017 and received her BFA in Drawing & Painting from BYU-Idaho in 2016. You can view her website at www.ashmccann.com.