We’ve had a great week. I hope you’ve learned some great new ways to approach color, past picking the colors off the wheel. I need to thank Caryl Bryer Fallert, Kathy Weaver, and Susan Shie for letting me explore colors in their magificent work.
I need to thank Monique, Kleinhans, Rebecca Dorian Brown, Lauren Strach, Joan Davis, and Roberta Hoover Ranney for letting me put them in places of honor on the refrigerator gallery.
I have the answers to your tests here. Not that that matters. The real test is, does this change how you think? What you choose? And that’s as much a test for me as for you. But here’s your answers.
Color cast is
C. whether colors lean towards the sun or the shade.
2. The color wheel is
C. a map of color relationships.
3. Differences in value
A. help us sort things visually
4. We all recognize the same color names
5. Color temperature is about
6. Color theory works the same for mixing colors as picking colors.
7. All blues are the same.
8. Everyone sees color the same way
9. Differences in hues are
B. differences in light and dark
C. Pops out the figure from the ground
11. You should never use a color your hate.
12. Color theory is
B. A theory that works up to a point. C.
As a gift to my students. I’ve packaged up this class in an ebook you can enjoy and work with at home. Thanks for being such good students. And go color off the wheel. You can download it at issuu.com or click the picture for a link.