In this class Kathy will review color theory and have you work on color mixing. She will go over the three aspects of color: value, hue and intensity, warm and cool colors (color bias) and painting from different parts of the color wheel. In this class you will get the chance to make color charts, copy colors and paint the same item in different color schemes. This class is good for beginners as well as very informative for more advanced painters. Skill Level: All # Classes: 8 Supplies: Cold press watercolor paper 140 lb size 9 x 12, a pallete with mixing area, small, medium and large round and 1/2 flat watercolor brushes. A small color wheel and a small value chart. Colors: you need to have a cool, true and warm color of yellow, red and blue. The colors I recommend are: Yellows-lemon yellow, winsor yellow and new gamboge. Reds-aliziron crimson, winsor red and scarlet lake. Blues- phthalo blue, cobalt blue and ultramarine blue. Also payne's grey, burnt umber and sepia. Misc supplies: Two water containers, paper towels, tissues, pencil and sharpener, white plastic eraser, black thin marker, water spritzer View Kathy's work at www.katsartstudio.com Contact Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org Please view our refund policy here: https://www.artcentervb.org/education.html at the bottom of our Education page.