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Friday, September 13 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Pigments, Paint, and Observation FULL

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At times the pigments in paints seem to make profound and apt analogies and interpretations of what lies in front of us, but at others it seems nearly impossible to capture the vibrancy of colors as seen in nature. In this workshop, come learn a little about the properties and histories of some of our favorite pigments, and learn a lot about how to use them through palette mixing and observation in the field. We will tackle how to work from earthiness on up to structural colors like iridescence, with an emphasis on how to minimize muddiness. While particularly suited for watercolor work, other color media can be integrated as participants wish.

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Catherine Hamilton

Catherine Hamilton holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Master of Fine Arts from Bennington College, and has taught painting and drawing at the Rhode Island School of Design and other institutions throughout the 27 years she has been a professional... Read More →


Friday September 13, 2019 8:30am - 10:00am PDT
Mott Whitehead Classroom - #3 on event map (enter bldg. SE corner)
  Classroom, Skills-building
  • Requirements Your sketching kit.
  • Location Key #3 on event map