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Color theory, color harmonies and definitions, examples of famous and contemporary artworks

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Color Theory presentation

  1. 1. COLOR THEORY
  2. 2. COLOR WHEEL • THE MODERN COLOR WHEEL HAS 12 COLORS • ROY G. BiV + TERTIARY
  3. 3. COLOR HARMONY • HARMONY DEFINED: a pleasing arrangement of parts • COLOR RELATIONSHIP: the fixed relationship between colors based on the color wheel • COLOR SCHEMES: Complementary, analogous, triadic, split-complementary, monochromatic, warm/cool, tetradic (rectangle), square
  4. 4. COMPLEMENTARY Colors opposite each other on the color wheel
  5. 5. ANALOGOUS Colors that are next to each other on the color wheel
  6. 6. TRIADIC Colors that are evenly spaced around the wheel
  7. 7. SPLITCOMPLEMENTARY A color and the two colors adjacent to it’s complement
  8. 8. MONOCHROMATIC • Variation in lightness or saturation of a single color
  9. 9. WARM/COOL The color wheel is divided in two – warm and cool
  10. 10. SQUARE: four colors spaced evenly around the color wheel RECTANGLE (tetradic): two sets of complementary colors
  11. 11. GEORGE BASELITZ
  12. 12. ALEX PRAGER
  13. 13. JEAN MICHEL BASQUIAT
  14. 14. MERELLO
  15. 15. EDVARD MUNCH
  16. 16. GRANT WOOD

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