Top row: Rose Welty Color! Color! and Ann Nemkosky Color!
Bottom row: Images from Sharon H - Using analogous colors to darken
So here's a look at those people who indicated they were interested in the project and have blogged about some aspect of colour since the beginning of June. The list is in alphabetical order.
- Vivien Blackburn - Paintings, Prints and Stuff -playing with colour fields in pastel, harmonious and complimentary colours
- Adam Cope (Dordogne Painting Days) - Warm & Cool Colours in Painting
- Jeanette Jobson (Illustrated Life) - Complementary colours
- Casey Klahn (The Colorist)
- Casey Klahn (Pastel)
- Purple Pastel Secrets - Casey's practical implementation of the opportunities presented by this new book
- Sharon M (Flat Sound of Wooden Clogs) - who has been exploring the colour red. (I've not included the posts which are primarily paintings of red objects). Sharon gets the gold star for the most posts about colour!
- It's a red day at my house introducing her red project
- So many reds... - making a colour chart of reds
- Modifying the intensity of tube colors - tips from expert watercolour painters
- Alizarin Crimson - Handprint gets another mention!
- Using analogous colors to darken - learning about painting in watercolour and from Charles Reid!
- A color like dried blood about Alizarin Crimson and alternatives
- Red objects... (which is followed by other posts which are also about painting red objects)
- Ann Thompson Nemkosky (Blue Bird Hill)
- Color! - the development of a colour wheel
- Color lessons - pushing and pulling colour and coloured pencils in a work in progress
- Petra Voegtle (Images and Imagination) - Colour Inspiration… not artwork from her own hands - but very definitely an inspiration which I often use myself............
- Rose Welty (Rose's Art Lines) - Color! Color! - the development of a colour wheel
If I've missed anybody out can you leave a note below and I'll amend this post or add you into the next one (or both!).
If you'd like to join in you can also leave a note below and I'll come and find what you've been getting up to at the end of the month.