Saturday, March 29, 2014

Secondary Triad/Workshop Opportunity

In this painting I used a palette of violet, green and orange.  The violets and greens were neutralized to give emphasis to the bright orange row of trees. 

The size of the shapes are another key to this painting.  The thin, long strips of bright yellow green and orange at the focal point are surrounded by larger but neutralized shapes of the mountains and the foreground trees.

I'd like to announce, too, that I will be conducting my annual weeklong workshop in Boothbay harbor, Maine September 8 - 12, 2014.  This year's focus will be on all things color.  Sign up soon to insure your participation!

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