Working from a model staged within a larger tableau/set up/room we will complete a series of color collages using color-aid paper. Color-aid paper is a set of pre-colored paper in 314 colors organized using hue, value and saturation. It is designed to help students think about color relationships. We will use it to help us structure our observations from the model using limited color palettes and thinking in terms of color relationships rather than exact matching. The limited range of colors necessitated by collage will force us to move beyond simply matching colors when working from life. Students will come away with the skills to use color with more confidence, agency and creativity in their own work.
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