Color<br /><ul><li>HUE: Color; the visual sensation created by specific parts of the visible spectrum, enabling us to labe...
PRIMARY COLORS: Colors of pigments that cannot be created by mixing other colors: red, yellow and blue pigments. Colors of...
SECONDARY COLORS: Colors created by mixing primary colors. The secondary colors of pigments differ from the secondary colo...
TERTIARY COLORS: Colors created by mixing primary and secondary colors. The tertiary colors of pigments differ from the te...
Color<br /><ul><li>ADDITIVE COLORS: These colors are created by the emission of light; the additive primary colors are red...
SUBTRACTIVE COLORS: These colors are created from pigments; the subtractive primary colors are red, yellow and blue pigmen...
WARM COLORS: Colors on the yellow-red side of the color wheel that produce visual sensations suggestive of warmth, comfort...
COOLER COLORS: Colors on the blue-green side of the color wheel that produce visual sensations suggestive of coolness, suc...
VALUE: The lightness or darkness of a color. (p.88)
INTENSITY: Brightness of a color. Pure colors, such as unmixed pigments, are most intense. (p.88)
TINT: A high value of a color, created by mixing that color with white. (p.89)
SATURATION: The degree of purity of hue, as measured by its intensity or brightness. (p.91)</li></li></ul><li>Color<br /><...
COMPLIMENTARY COLORS: Colors that sit across from one another on a color wheel and contrast most extremely. (p.92)
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Art 101.002 - Project2 (Color Lecture)

  1. 1. Color<br /><ul><li>HUE: Color; the visual sensation created by specific parts of the visible spectrum, enabling us to label it, for example, as red or blue. (p. 84)
  2. 2. PRIMARY COLORS: Colors of pigments that cannot be created by mixing other colors: red, yellow and blue pigments. Colors of lights that cannot be created by mixing other lights red, green and blue lights. (p. 85)
  3. 3. SECONDARY COLORS: Colors created by mixing primary colors. The secondary colors of pigments differ from the secondary colors of lights. (p. 85)
  4. 4. TERTIARY COLORS: Colors created by mixing primary and secondary colors. The tertiary colors of pigments differ from the tertiary colors of lights. (p. 85)</li></li></ul><li>
  5. 5. Color<br /><ul><li>ADDITIVE COLORS: These colors are created by the emission of light; the additive primary colors are red, green and blue light, and these can be mixed to create lights of other colors. (p. 86)
  6. 6. SUBTRACTIVE COLORS: These colors are created from pigments; the subtractive primary colors are red, yellow and blue pigments. (p. 86)
  7. 7. WARM COLORS: Colors on the yellow-red side of the color wheel that produce visual sensations suggestive of warmth, comfort, and energy as produced by the warmth of the sun. Warm colors seem to advance toward the viewer. (p. 87)
  8. 8. COOLER COLORS: Colors on the blue-green side of the color wheel that produce visual sensations suggestive of coolness, such as that of water. Cool colors seem to recede from the viewer. (p. 87)</li></li></ul><li>Color<br /><ul><li>HUE: The name of a color. (p.88)
  9. 9. VALUE: The lightness or darkness of a color. (p.88)
  10. 10. INTENSITY: Brightness of a color. Pure colors, such as unmixed pigments, are most intense. (p.88)
  11. 11. TINT: A high value of a color, created by mixing that color with white. (p.89)
  12. 12. SATURATION: The degree of purity of hue, as measured by its intensity or brightness. (p.91)</li></li></ul><li>Color<br /><ul><li>NEUTRAL COLOR: Colors mixed with gray and sometimes, also weakened in intensity. (p.91)
  13. 13. COMPLIMENTARY COLORS: Colors that sit across from one another on a color wheel and contrast most extremely. (p.92)
  14. 14. MONOCHROMATIC COLOR SCHEME: A manner of using color in which one (mono) color (chroma) dominates and is sometimes combined with its various tints and shades. (p.102)</li></li></ul><li>Color<br /><ul><li>NEUTRAL COLOR: Colors mixed with gray and sometimes, also weakened in intensity. (p.91)
  15. 15. COMPLIMENTARY COLORS: Colors that sit across from one another on a color wheel and contrast most extremely. (p.92)
  16. 16. MONOCHROMATIC COLOR SCHEME: A manner of using color in which one (mono) color (chroma) dominates and is sometimes combined with its various tints and shades. (p.102)</li></li></ul><li>Miriam Schapiro. Atrium of Flowers (1980) Acrylic and fabric on canvas (64” x 60”).<br />
  17. 17. http://c0573862.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/1/0/23569/768144/tywilkins_cheerios_03.jpg<br />
  18. 18. http://ffffound.com/image/01b7e380d5d08d00516d433a4dfca9ae65a0c7c3<br />
  19. 19. http://28.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_kxnhkhLrhz1qz7dr7o1_500.jpg<br />
  20. 20. Archibald Motley. Saturday Night (1935) Oil on canvas (81.3 cm x 101.6 cm).<br />
  21. 21. http://eighthourday.com/wp-content/files_mf/1294427121target_giftcard1.gif<br />
  22. 22. http://www.booooooom.com/2010/11/24/drawings-by-talita-hoffmann/<br />

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