Do greens ever frustrate you?
Or would you like to efficiently mix natural-looking greens with just a couple of tubes of paint?
Or do you get overwhelmed with all of those yellows and blues, and then wonder which to use to mix your green?
Eliminate the angst and learn the joy of mixing the greens you want in this 1-day workshop. Stop using those acid-looking tube greens and learn to mix natural-looking greens with an easy-to-use approach.
During this workshop, you will learn:
- The color bias of your yellows and blues and why this is critical when mixing color
- Which yellows and blues you want for your working palette
- How to mix bright and dull natural-looking greens
- Why tube greens are not necessary
- If you are a plein air painter, which few tubes you need to achieve the greens you want
- How to mix greens for all four seasons
Carol will demonstrate throughout the day to assure the information is processed to everyone’s satisfaction. If time allows, we will paint a “greens only” painting.
This workshop is for: Advanced beginners* of all tube-based media (i.e., watercolor, oil, acrylic, water mixable oils) who work in any style.
Upon registration, you will receive a supply list and how to order lunch if you choose not to brown bag.
Questions? Contact Carol McIntyre at: 719-510-0006 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol is the recent author of “I Just Want to Paint: Mixing the Colors You Want!” and she has worked in all major media and styles. To view her painting portfolios and learn more about her book, click on the tabs above.
Signed copies of “I Just Want to Paint!” will be available.
Join us for this fun and exploratory workshop.
Date: Friday, May 17th
Time: 9am – 4pm
Location: LSJ Gallery, 218 W. Colorado Avenue, Colorado Springs.
Cost: $85.00. Only 8 spaces available.
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*Advanced beginner is a painter who has completed a minimum of 15 unsuccessful and/or successful paintings.