- Class Notes: Some Artists to Look At
- Tips for Improving Your Paintings
- Class Notes on Color
- Painting is Not Depicting
- More Artists to Look At
- Drawing vs. Painting: More Artists to Look At
- Poems are Made of Words
- Artists to Look at for Paint and Pictorial Methods
- Creating Movement Through Color
- The Essence Lies in the Visual Meaning
Class notes from SAIC, 1991
Strive for awareness of movement from:
- warm to cool
- bright to dull
- repetition to change
- quiet to noisy
Know that you are:
- warming or cooling it or dulling it
- giving it more bite or less harshness
- creating a more precise opposition to a color already on the canvas.
Three colors are sufficient to mix.
Avoid mud and brashness (colors that go nowhere).
- qualities that affect our perception of a patch of color:
- contextual functions, like variations, shift, and climax.