Color Theory


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Introduction Getting Started Section 1: The History of Color Color & Art History What is Color? Section 2: Color Basics The Color Wheel Hue, Saturation & Value Color & Value Color Temperature Color Relativity Color Schemes Section 3: Pigments & Paints Mineral vs. Modern Pigments Pigment Properties Color Mixing Section 4: Communicating with Color Painting Light & Shadow Color & Mood Color & Painting Styles Color & Composition Section 5: Color in Action Personal Approaches to Color Closing Words

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Patti Mollica has been a professional illustrator and fine artist since 1982, represented by Morgan Gaynin, Inc. She has been commissioned by American Express, Sheraton Hotels, CBS, RCA Records, and many others. Her artwork is known for its fearless use of color and uninhibited brushwork. She delights in painting the world around her in a bold, decisive style, with intense, brilliant, and contemporary hues.

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