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Color Play with Kathryn Greenwold

You will gain understanding of why you like some colors, and dislike others (but how to use them anyway and love the outcome!) Participants will work through several exercises using the Joen Wolfrom Color tool.

Requirements: COLOR PLAY Course Description and Supply List Kathryn Greenwold, Instructor "In visual perception, a color is almost never seen as it really is- as it physically is. This fact makes color the most relative medium in art. What counts here ? first and last ? is not so-called knowledge or so-called facts, but vision ? seeing.? Josef Albers This workshop incorporates an introduction to building the skills for ?seeing? colors, gaining a sense of basic color theory and presenting an exploration of the psychological and spiritual nature of color. You will gain a fuller understanding of why you like certain colors, and dislike others. Participants will work through several exercises using the Color Tool and applying the color interaction examples of Josef Albers. This is a non-sewing class. You do not need your machine. Materials and Tools required: A 1 gallon size ziptop bags of fabric scraps ? a wide range of colors - prints/batiks/solids The scraps need to be large enough to cut 1? x 2? strips or small squares Be sure to include some neutrals Pencil and paper for note taking Small rotary cutter, mat and 6? or 12? ruler Joen Wolfrom?s Color Tool (available at the Quilt Bug) Paper and fabric scissors ? large and small A $2 fee payable to Kathryn will cover the cost of a packet of materials and exercise sheets given to each participant. Homage to a Square by Josef Albers

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