This workshop is for artists that want to further their knowledge about color theory, adding freshness and uniqueness to their art. This new system brings about color harmonies, surprises, and boundless possibilities. You will come away with better understanding of the ability to implement: how brightness is achieved; how opposites give an irresistible beauty to shadows and lights; how placing opposing colors in depth and foreground gives a deeply rewarding psychological feeling; and how the different colors of atmosphere achieve a scope of moods. ""I’m doing some studies following @artnewberry color theory, which has to do with color of light and shadows, color of atmosphere, and color of the thing you are painting. There’s something wonderful about this approach to painting: you get a beautiful harmony of color and your painting has a very modern feel. It truly transforms the scene."" Melvin Toledo
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