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Week 1 color theory

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Color Theory by Sumi Casey

Color Theory by Sumi Casey

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  • 1. ColorTheory
    Ms. Casey
    Art Fundamentals
  • 2. Colors are called hues.
  • 3. Mix primary colors to get secondary colors.
    Red and Yellow make Orange.
    Red and Bluemake Violet.
    Blue and Yellow make Green.
  • 4. Tints and shadesare created by adding white or black to a pure hue.
  • 5. A color scheme is how you use and combine hues.
  • 6. Monochromatic Colors
    Using tints and shades of only ONE hue is called a monochromatic color scheme.
  • 7. Analogous Colors
    Analogous Colors are those that touch each other on the color wheel.
  • 8. Complimentary Colors
    Complimentary colors are those that are directly across from each other on the color wheel.
  • 9. Prismatic Colors
    The use of a wide variety of colors is called prismatic.
  • 10. Objective vs. Non-Objective Art
    Objective art has identifiable objects.
    Non-Objective art does not.
  • 11. Choose a color scheme and paint a non-objective painting.