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Overview of issues addressed in Painting Intermediate taught by Glenn Hirsch at UC Berkeley Extension's SF Downtown Design Center Mondays, 630pm-930pm February 10 – May 5, 2014. For more information, …

Overview of issues addressed in Painting Intermediate taught by Glenn Hirsch at UC Berkeley Extension's SF Downtown Design Center Mondays, 630pm-930pm February 10 – May 5, 2014. For more information, email glennhirsch@earthlink.net or visit http://www.glennhirsch.com/id9.html

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  • 1. Painting Intermediate First Lesson Glenn Hirsch
  • 2. Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Color and Light Chromatic Scales to enhance “Light” Review of Painting Technique Limited Palette Paintings Emphasizing “Light” Chromatic Scales examples (apples)
  • 3. PART I Color and Light
  • 4. • • • • • • • ‘light’ = ‘emotion’ = ‘contrast’ contrast of light and dark contrast of orange against purple Contrast of layers: the dark purple is painted on top of the orange under-layer The technique is called ‘GLAZING” Transparent layers over each other Each layer is painted, and then dried, before proceeding to the next
  • 5. Light can also be found in an abstract painting
  • 6. Part II Warm/cool color concept in “Chromatic Scales”
  • 7. • Contrast of warm and cool versions of each color
  • 8. Chromatic scale in reds to enhance the illusion of “light” • • • Lighter b/w value in the light Brighter intensity in the light Warmer (orangey) red in the light (vs bluer purplish) red in the shadow
  • 9. Chromatic scale • • • • Step by Step: Light to dark Bright to dull Warm to cool
  • 10. Black and white is the “value” of the color
  • 11. • Chromatic scale
  • 12. • Monet • Variety of warm and cool blues • Dragged into each other wet-into-wet
  • 13. • This isn’t a ‘rule,’ it’s a ‘recipe’ to enhance the illusion of ‘light’
  • 14. Part III Review of Painting Technique
  • 15. • First do a thumbnail sketch on a separate piece of paper • No detail – block in the light & shadow
  • 16. • A very rough ‘thumbnail’ sketch on a separate piece of paper first
  • 17. • First step • Block in the whole composition, including the light and shadow
  • 18. • • Then let dry and clarify Painting the background also redefines the edge of the foreground shape (eg, in this case, the cheek)
  • 19. • • • • Painting in transparent layers = “glazing” step 1 let it dry then step 2
  • 20. Part IV A Limited Palette Painting (black, white, blue and brown)
  • 21. Part V “Chromatic Scales” Examples: still life (apples)
  • 22. • Make the color ‘sing’ with contrast of light/dark and warm/cool
  • 23. • • Chromatic scale Oil (Georgia O’Keefe)
  • 24. • Chromatic scale Watercolor (Charles Demuth)
  • 25. • Chromatic scale Acrylic (Robert Haemmerling)
  • 26. • Jos Van Riswick
  • 27. • Famous artists practice apples (Paul Cezanne)
  • 28. • Paul Cezanne