Colour Workshop 2

This follow on one day workshop will revisit elements of Workshop part 1, but provide the opportunity to go into much greater depth. We will look at how to use colour discords, how colour relates to composition and how colours work spatially. There will be lots more palette mixing and new examples with Powerpoint and notes.

We will look at many different examples of how colour is used across a wide range of disciplines. 

Colour Workshop Part 1 needs to be done before this workshop.

Resources includes Powerpoint and notes to take away.

This workshop is for anyone who loves colour and wants to investigate further.

Cost £130 pp                

Location Dry Drayton, Cambridge

Time 10am to 5pm

Materials available to use in studio

Next workshops:

Sat 4th April - 3 spaces

Tues 21st April - 2 spaces

To book please email: juliet@colourtutor.com

"It sounds cliché but learning about colour through Juliet's workshops changed my life. For a week or so after I would go about my day analysing the colours I saw day to day and figuring out how, in my head, I would mix these colours myself. I reflect on old paintings from institutions before and realise just how my improper use of black to make my colours darker has heavily impacted the overall tone, and most of all I now know for current and future paintings how to make my own violet to darken other colours. Learning colour can be stressful, for sure, but with quality paint, quality teaching, and a quality PVA spatula I've conquered colour forever."

Jam Collins, B.A. Student, Illustration, Cambridge School of Art

Further Information

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. There is plenty of parking right outside. If you are coming by train it is best to take a taxi from the station, this costs approximately £15 and please allow 25 minutes for this.

Studio address: 3 Searles Meadow, Dry Drayton, Cambridge, CB23 8BW

What to bring: materials are provided, this includes use of paint, paper, palette knives and glass palettes, but feel free to bring your own water based paints if you wish. Tea, coffee 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. As with Workshop 1 the focus is on practical work and notes will be provided for you to take away.

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