Hone your visual sensitivity as you learn to see color’s relationships contrasting in value, temperature and hue.
Refresh your Color Sense!
Revitalize your affair with paint or pastels as you learn to let light be your subject!
Details are below. Please see calendar page (here) for chronological listing of events.
Plein Air Sundays on Location With Rosalie Nadeau
Let Early Light BE your Subject!
Sundays through November
Meet on location every Sunday to paint en plain air and catch the low morning light
I will demonstrate at 8 for about an hour. You may watch or paint along with me.
Until 11:30, I will offer individual instruction at your easel
I will email you each week's location when you sign up!
Master Color Mixing
2 different classroom opportunities to master your use of color...
Master your use of Color and bring radiant light into your paintings!
Applying Josef Albers’ color theories, Rosalie shares her comprehensive understanding of color interaction. Learn to mix color intuitively. Oil and pastel painters will learn to analyze HOW the quality of light affects hue changes. Visually organize the colors you have to match the colors you see! Learn to achieve vibrant, luminous, clean color by charting. Learn to apply your charting discoveries in your painting!
Color mixing and drawing are the essential tools for making paintings!
Color temperature is the solution to painting light. With coaching, learn how to apply color theory to representational paintings. Hone your visual sensitivity as you work from life, honing your color mixing skills with pastels or oils.Work from still life or improve your previously painted work and bring extra surfaces to start charts to explore color!
Learn to analyze the quality of light affecting colors and how a color changes its appearance. Learn to mix color intuitively. Visually organize the colors you have to match the color you see! Learn to achieve vibrant, luminous, clean color by charting without painting representational subject matter. Learn to apply the charting discoveries in your painting! Work from still life or improve your previously painted work and bring extra surfaces to start charts to explore color!