Neutral colors don’t shout as loudly as bright colors, but they are very capable of building harmonious color relationships.
Category: Landscape Theory
In the second of three articles, the unique dual nature of complementary colors are explored.
In the first of three articles, one of the most effective ways to create unity among colors is explored — analogous harmony.
In the realm of color, more is not necessarily better. Learn how limiting color choices can produce more harmonious paintings.
Discover the power of the notan, a type of compositional study uniquely suited to defining patterns and shapes.
Simplification, expressive brushwork, flattening the space, and saturated color can move a painting toward abstraction
Color studies are the best way to test a color strategy before starting a painting and to expand your expand your color vocabulary.
Five key steps, often overlooked by plein air painters, can increase your chances of success.
Referencing photographs too closely can be hazardous to you work. Here are strategies to overcome the tyranny of the photo reference.
With a “color-priority” system, the Impressionists allowed colors to retain their intrinsic color identity.