Rita Kirkman on Value and Temperature
One of our members recently asked Rita Kirkman how she chooses color. In case you missed it, Rita says, "I can give you a head-start tip on "color" by saying that I've gotten so good (in others' opinions) with color by not thinking in terms of color (hue), but of value and temperature."
She cautions us to "remember that any color that is a green or a violet is going to be cooler than any reds or yellows, and warmer than any blues. " Click here to read all of Rita's excellent discussion on value and temperature in her Art Journal.
Rita is the demo artist at the January 3, 2015, 10:30 AM, meeting of PSST at Texas Art Supply, 2001 Montrose Blvd., Houston. (Thanks to Kathy for starting the discussion)
12/28/2014 09:59:35 am
Great post! Thanks for the mention! :)
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