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Colour Workshop Part 1
In this introductory one day workshop you will learn about the complexities of colour in a straightforward way. Beginning with an understanding of colour biases you will create sophisticated palettes, through observing how colour is relative and constantly changing.
Throughout the day you will be using paint and palette knives to mix colours that demonstrate an exploration and understanding of:
Chromatic blacks and to identify their hue family
Complementary colours and how to use them to create limited palettes
Analogous colour schemes and how these can be used to create harmony
Colour temperature and how there are no such things as warm and cool colours
The relationship between colour and tone (the hardest and most important aspect of colour)
Resources includes Powerpoint and notes to take away
This workshop is for anyone who loves colour and is a little bit flummoxed by it
Cost £145 pp
Location Dry Drayton, Cambridge
Time 10am to 5pm
Materials available to use in studio
Saturday October 14th - fully booked
Saturday October 28th - 1 space
Saturday November 4th - fully booked
Saturday November 11th - 1 space
Saturday December 2nd - 3 spaces
Saturday December 9th - 2 spaces
Please get in touch to arrange bespoke workshops
To book please email: email@example.com
If you are interested in a workshop but cannot do any of the dates shown then please contact to discuss alternative or future dates as extra workshops can be arranged if required.
"Having the time to really focus and learn in depth about something you thought you knew is refreshing and enlightening. I felt stretched and loved how Juliet explained things. You're going to have a great day!'"
Pam Smy, Illustrator, author and Orange Beak Studio tutor
Location: my studio is based in Dry Drayton, which is a small village just North of Cambridge. It is easy to reach by car, being 5 minutes from the A14 and there is plenty of parking right outside. If you are coming by train a lift is usually available to and from Cambridge station (aim to be at the station for 9.30am).
Studio address: 3 Searles Meadow, Dry Drayton, Cambridge, CB23 8BW
What to bring: materials are provided, including use of paint, paper, palette knives and glass palettes. Drinks and biscuits will be provided but please bring a packed lunch.
Classes: due to the small class size (maximum of 4 people) you will get a high level of quality individual tuition and personal input. The focus is on practical work and there will be a lot of information to take in, however I provide notes for you to take away and try to ensure that you have the knowledge and confidence to continue your exploration of colour independently.
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