Classes this month are working on creating their own color wheel. One caveat, it must be made from found objects. Ea. no painting them. You have to work with color in real objects.
|Putting things in their places.|
It can be anything. Mostly solid colors, but it does not have to be. Collect objects, then using a printed color wheel, select and arrange the objects.
More difficult than they expected!
Things they have found out?
Color is not consistent nor constant!
When have trouble remembering color.
Problems to solve?
Where does it fit on the color wheel. Is it a pure color, or a compound color (made up of non adjacent colors)? It is a primary with white? Black? Gray?
How is it affected by other colors around it?sses this month are working on creating their own color wheel.