Tag Archives: colour theory

New Workshop: Hacking the Color Wheel – Art Journaling for Creative Rebels

Wanna take hack the color wheel and take an awesome art journal workshop this year? Then this is your chance, right now. I am one of the guest teachers in Kiala Givehand’s upcoming workshop called Hacking the Color Wheel – … Continue reading

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Painting a personal color wheel in PINK

As regular readers of this blog already knows, I have a thing for pink. It is my all time favorite color, and I think it goes with everything. I have a small notebook where I collect pinks, and if I … Continue reading

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Monochromatic Turqouise Page

The rinse water is color coordinated after painting another monochromatic page! Do you remember the Ruby Red Page in my Art Journal? It was so much fun I decided to go on an explore color a bit more… Time for … Continue reading

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Exploring colour with Julia Caprara – a book review

Nature and Man are both anarchic and rebellious; each can create revolution in its own way! Colour, both natural and synthetic, is no exception and you will soon find that by adopting an experimental approach you will reveal some unusual … Continue reading

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Watercolor Mixing Chart

Inspired by Nina Johansson I did this color mixing chart in my art journal recently. It was a great exercise because I forget to mix colors and just use them as they are when I paint! And it was a … Continue reading

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