Color In Abstract Painting

Jeffrey Simmons has painted and exhibited his work in Seattle for over twenty years. Having grown up in the Midwest, he studied art at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. His work is in many private, corporate, and public collections, and he has been a finalist for both the Betty Bowen Award from the Seattle Art Museum (1996) and the Neddy Award, currently administered by Cornish College of the Arts (2008). He is represented in the Northwest by Greg Kucera Gallery, Inc., in Seattle.
Gage Capitol Hill
Take this opportunity to study the many approaches to color available to the abstract painter. We will study the way colors influence one another, color as an expressive tool, color as cultural reference, and even mono-chromaticism in painting. You may choose to work in either oil or acrylic paint.