13/06/2021 by Amina Sly-Khan 0 Comments
How are you this beautiful and warm day?
Today's blog is a continuation of colour theory and focuses on Warm & Cold Colours, depth & space .
I hope you enjoyed the wet-on-wet blog and had a go at painting.
Saturday & Sunday 17th & 18th July, 11 am - 5.30
West Stockwith Church, West Stockwith, DN 10 4EY
The exhibition showcases my work and that of local artists. The entrance is £1 and there is tea, coffee and scones available to purchase. All money raised will go towards the upkeep of the church.
A.S.K Open Day:-
Saturday 17th July 11 am - 5.30 pm
Why not come along and see the newly extended garden gallery & studio?
There will be tea/coffee & cake available, contributions are welcomed and will be donated to West Stockwith Church for upkeep.
Bistro-style tables & chairs will be set up to enjoy homemade cake & take in the surroundings.
Please drop me a line if you would like to come to the open day.
Amina & Murphy x
Warm & Cool Colours/ Depth Space
Colours are either warm or cool.
Broadly, the 'warm' colours are those that fall within the yellow-orange-red sections of the colour wheel.
The 'cool' colours range through the purple-blue-green segments.
Because warm colours appear to come forward in the picture space and cool colours seem to recede.
Opposing warm and cool colours help create space and form in a composition.
The painting ' Norfolk Broads' by Terry McKivragan gives a strong impression of space. The warm colours are in the foreground. Moving back to the horizon, the colours become progressively cooler & the tone lighter.
Each colour has its own degree of warmth or coolness: for instance, lemon yellow is a cool yellow, while cadmium yellow is warm.